Cult band The Postal Service have reformed to mark the 10th anniversary of their only album, Give Up.

The duo, made up of Ben Gibbard and Jimmy Tamborello, will perform at the Coachella festival in California in April (12), according to multiple reports, and there are also plans for a tour.

But fans should not expect new music from the pair - Death Cab for Cutie frontman Gibbard recently said, "There are no plans to make a second record... I can't say that enough."

Give Up was released in February, 2003, and has become indie label Sub Pop's second biggest hit since Nirvana's Bleach.

The full Coachella line-up is expected to be released later this month (Jan13).