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Britpop Band Supergrass to Reunite in 2020

Britpop band Supergrass, which previously disbanded in 2010, have announced their return via Instagram. The teaser video features snippets of the group in the studio alongside the hashtag #Supergrass2020.

Supergrass formed in 1993 in Oxford, England, and is best known for their songs “Caught By The Fuzz,” “In It For The Money,” and the Clueless opening tune, "Alright."

Nine years ago, Supergrass broke up without finishing their seventh album, Release The Drones. Singer and guitarist Gaz Coombes pursued a solo career during the split.

While they didn't indicate what their reunion would entail, Gaz Coombes noted on Instagram that they would be hitting the stage together again. Supergrass also announced a surprise show at Oslo Hackney this upcoming Monday, Sept. 9, which is now already sold out.

Check out the teaser video below.

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Article image: Supergrass in 2008. (Keira Vallejo [CC BY 3.0] via Wikimedia Commons.)

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