After a tiny comeback show under a pseudonym just before Christmas, it's now official: the 'Shaker hath returned.
Now, I loved Kula Shaker, I listened to [debut album] K probably more than What's the Story (Morning Glory) in that particular era, but the second LP was, quite frankly, crud.
It has been unveiled on their site, kulashakermusic.com that they played a small show in the UK's most rock 'n' roll town, Leighton Buzzard, just before Christmas going under the name of The Garcons. Playing new songs on the night, it's currently unknown what the band are actually going to do, but they did release this awesomely informative statement:
"It's official. Kula Shaker has arisen from the bottomless pit. How and why will all be revealed in good time, as this [web] site grows, swells and expands.
"In the meantime join our mailing list and be the first to find out about secret gigs, free downloads and the inside story on what is sure to be their finest hour."
DiScuss: Govinda-gia-gia? Acincta bheda-bheda Tattva? Why?