'Hopefully, I'll get me old job back. It's on the cards' Says Rod Stewart

Rod Stewart has given the strongest indication yet that Faces are set to reform.

The band, who played a Royal Albert Hall show in London last week, did so without their original frontman Rod Stewart with a number of guests taking on vocal duties.

“[They had] a reunion a without me because I’m promoting this album [‘Soulbook’],” Stewart told CNN . “Hopefully, I’ll get me old job back. It’s on the cards. I’ll do it eventually.”

The band have previously stated they were set to reform, but Stewart and Wood‘s involvement with their own careers has stopped it from happening.

Faces split up in 1975 after guitarist Ronnie Wood began playing with The Rolling Stones.