The year is barely two weeks old, but the music world is already going reunion crazy, as Refused, At the Drive-In and I Mother Earth have all unveiled plans to reconvene in 2012. Now, you can add Treble Charger to that list, since the defunct pop rock crew have announced plans to get back together for Canadian Music Week.
The band have a newly minted Tumblr and Twitter account, and they wrote on Sunday (January 15), "Wow -- it's been a while. Might be time to knock the dust off." Their management website quotes them as saying, "A reunion show at CMW? There is no way we could say no to this one."
So far, AUX reports that the band, whose lineup at this point is unclear, will play the Indie Awards at CMW. But we're guessing this reformation will be more than a simple one-off.
Canadian Music Week will run from March 21 to 25 in Toronto.
Treble Charger were active from the early '90s up until 2006. They scored some ubiquitous Can-rock radio hits last decade, including "American Psycho," "Brand New Low" and "Hundred Million."
UPDATE: Treble Charger have now confirmed they will play the Indies in Toronto on March 24, as well as the city's Phoenix on March 21 as part of CMW.