New wave band are pictured recording in a Boston studio
The Cars have hinted at the possibility of a reunion after 23 years.
The new wave band have posted a photograph of the surviving members – singer Ric Ocasek, keyboardist Greg Hawkes, drummer David Robinson and guitarist Elliot Easton – gathered together in a Boston studio surrounded by their instruments on their Facebook page.
The picture is accompanied by the note: “Anyone in the mood for a reunion by The Cars?”
The band, whose hit single ‘Drive’ famously soundtracked a montage of the Ethiopian famine at the 1985 Live Aid concert at London‘s old Wembley Stadium, last recorded together in 1987 for their sixth studio album ‘Door To Door’.
The band’s former bassist Benjamin Orr passed away in 2000 after suffering from pancreatic cancer.