Britpop stars Supergrass called it quits in 2010 after releasing six albums, but the UK's Daily Star reports that they are reforming for the 25th anniversary of their 1995 debut, I Should Coco. The Daily Star says they'll play their first show in nine years on Friday (9/6) as special guests at the Glastonbury-related Pilton Party in the UK's West Country, and will then announce a 2020 tour.

Stay tuned for more details and let's hope this tour includes North American dates. Meanwhile, check out some Supergrass videos below.

Frontman Gaz Coombes released World's Strongest Man last year.

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