Supergrass man says band will 'probably reform at some point'

Bassist Micky Quinn says he's 'still on good terms' with ex-bandmates

Lancashire County Cricket Ground, Old Trafford, Manchester. July 28th 2007. Pic: Guy Eppel.
Ex-Supergrass bassist Mick Quinn has said that he thinks the band will "probably" reform in the future.

The Oxford outfit split up last June, but Quinn has now said that he's still friendly with ex-bandmates Gaz Coombes, Rob Coombes and Danny Goffey and it's likely that they will hook up again at some point.

"I'm still on good terms with the rest of them and I'm confident we would probably reform at some point," he told BBC News.

Quinn has formed new act dB Band along with drummer Mikey Dean-Smith and bassist Paul Wilson, with the outfit set to release an EP this spring.

"It's great to play with other people so I'm just playing it by ear at the moment," he said of the new band, in which he plays guitar.

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