80s group Shriekback have revealed details of a live reunion after 25 years.
Their return to the stage will see them perform just one show in 2017 at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire .
The show is set to take place on Saturday June 3.
Originally formed in 1981 by bassist Dave Allen in Kentish Town they found a unique sound on their debut "Care" during the post-punk era.
In the 25 years since their departure from live shows the group have produced a number of studio albums and found themselves a cult following.
The current lineup sees Barry Andrews, Carl Marsh and Scott Firth come back together alongside former stage collaborators Steve Halliwell on guitar and keyboards, guitarist Mike Cozzi and backing vocalists Wendy and Sarah Partridge.
The anticipated show will feature the group's extensive back catalogue including their acclaimed "Oli & Gold" record which saw a change in sound after lineup changes.
Tickets for the show are now available from Ticketmaster here .
They are priced at £29.15, plus booking fees.
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