“Will Supergrass Return? Gaz Coombs Weighs In”

Gaz Coombs, the lead singer of the popular British rock band Supergrass, has recently commented on the possibility of the band reuniting. After a successful reunion tour in 2019 and the release of the live album “Live On Other Planets” in 2020 to celebrate their 25th anniversary, Coombs has shared his thoughts on the potential for another reunion. With fans across the globe, including Billie Eilish, Supergrass has become a beloved band in the music industry. Coombs spoke to NME about his new solo album “Turn The Car Around” and the possibility of another reunion for Supergrass. He mentioned that the reunion was always meant to be for 2020, but due to the pandemic, it was extended for two and a half years. He also shared that Billie Eilish watched their Glastonbury performance last summer. To support his new album, Coombs will be embarking on a UK and European tour in January and April 2023. With Coombs’ recent comments, fans of Supergrass can be hopeful for another reunion in the future.

Gaz Coombs commented on the likelihood of Supergrass ever returning again.

Coombs was speaking to NME about his new solo album ‘Turn The Car Around’ when asked about the band’s chances of a reunion.

Supergrass broke up in 2010 but reunited for a series of live shows in 2019. They later released the live album Live On Other Planets in 2020 to celebrate their 25th anniversary and raise money for mass halls affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Supergrass also performed at the Taylor Hawkins tribute concert at Wembley Stadium in September, after which Coombs confirmed on social media that this would be the band’s final performance during their reunion.

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Now Coombs commented on the likelihood of another reunion in the future. “Alliances cannot last forever and must have some life. It was always going to be this year, we were going to do everything in 2020,” he said.

“But because of what happened with the pandemic, obviously it dragged on for two and a half, almost three years, which is pretty crazy. But it’s great that it ended in such a way that we can definitely consider other shows in the future if it feels right and if everything falls into place.”

Coombs also mentioned this Billie Eilish is a fan of the band, sharing that she watched their Glastonbury performance from the stage last summer.

“I didn’t see her, but I heard her singing along to ‘Sun Hits The Sky’ on our little viewing platform [on The Other Stage], which was pretty cool,” Coombs said. “I have a lot of respect for her. I think what he does is great and the way he does it is cool. They have an interesting writing team, Eilish and her brother [Finneas].”

Coombs will embark on a UK and European tour in support of the ‘Turn The Car Around’ album which was released today (January 13). You can see the full list of dates below and buy tickets here.

14 – Rough Trade, Bristol
15 – Rough Trade, Nottingham
16 – HMV, Manchester
17 – Phase One, Liverpool
18 – Resident, Brighton
19 – Truck, Oxford
19 – Vinyl, Southampton

MARCH 2023
1 – De Roma, Antwerp
2 – Paradiso Noord (Tolhuistuin), Amsterdam
3 – La Maroquinerie, Paris
5 – Les Docks, Lausanne
6 – Freiheitshalle, Munich
7 – Santeria Toscana 31, Milan
9 – Zakk (Zentrum für Aktion, Kultur und Kommunikation), Dusseldorf
10 – Mojo Club, Hamburg
11 – Hole44, Berlin
13 – Lil Vega, Copenhagen
14 – John Dee, Oslo
15 – Pustervik, Gothenburg

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APRIL 2023
14 – The Dublin Academy
15 – Spotlight 2, Belfast
17 – The Garage, Glasgow
18 – Boiler Shop, Newcastle upon Tyne
19 – The Leadmill, Sheffield
21 – The Mill, Birmingham
22 – Club Academy, Manchester
24 – Junction, Cambridge
25 – The Waterfront, Norwich
27 – Concorde 2, Brighton
28 – SWX, Bristol
29 – Electric Ballroom, London