Supergrass bassist says band will ‘probably’ reform From


Mick Quinn, formerly of the band Supergrass thinks there might be a future for the band that split up last year.

“I’m still on good terms with the rest of them and I’m confident we would probably reform at some point,” Quinn told the BBC.

‘t’s great to play with other people so I’m just playing it by ear at the moment,’ he said, talking about dB Band, that he formed shortly after Supergrass’ demise.

Supergrass formed in 1993 and had a string of hits, including ‘Pumping On Your Stereo’, ‘Alright’, ‘Caught By The Fuzz’, ‘Moving’, ‘Mary’ and ‘Diamond Hoo Ha Man’ to name just a few. They split up in June 2010 after 24 singles from six albums.


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