The Gaslight Anthem Will Reunite And Play The ‘59 Sound In Full
The last three years haven’t been the same without The Gaslight Anthem, after the New Jersey punks went on hiatus in 2015. However, that break is set to come to an end this year, when the band will reunite to play at the 2018 Governors Ball Festival in New York City in June.
Oh, and they’re going to play their classic 2008 album, The ‘59 Sound, to celebrate its tenth anniversary.
Vocalist Brian Fallon has been busy doing his solo stuff for the last few years, with new album Sleepwalkers set for release on February 9 through Virgin EMI.
We can’t wait for this reunion!
There’s no further news on whether this will be a one-off thing, or whether we can expect more dates. Fingers crossed for the latter.
Check out the full line-up for NYC’s Governors Ball below:
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