NME Readers On The Broken-Up Bands They Wish Would Reunite

’90s shoegaze outfit Lush announced today that they would be making a live return in 2016, 20 years after they stopped playing gigs in 1996. They follow other surprise reunions, like those from Alexisonfire, Sleater-Kinney and, obviously, S Club 7. It got us wondering: which other broken-up bands should reunite? You gave plenty of nostalgic answers, from all eras. And it wasn’t all about massive bands like The Smiths and Oasis – you suggested good reasons for plenty of other reunions by bands including Larrikin Love, Senseless Things and Milburn. As Lush prove, there’s always hope…


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