Bernard fanning has hinted that his widespread rock band Powderfinger could be making a comeback.
after spitting in 2010, the rockers headlined a coronavirus acquire live performance, titled one night time lonely, that streamed stay on youtube on Can also 23.
and there may very well be additional to return again, the 50-year-old singer knowledgeable the each day telegraph on Friday. One part I’ll say roughly it’s there isn’t a one making a tune that feels like us within the meantime so hopefully the live performance creates some extent of distinction and will make a contribution to the re-emergence of individuals taking part in devices,’ he advised the paper. Bernard revealed that he’s tempted through the use of the thought of bringing the band’s completely different grunge sound to new audiences.
‘i see that at my very personal signifies, youthful folks contained in the audience asking for Powderfinger songs,’ he suggested the paper.
an thrilling a part of this (keep total efficiency) is that it opens it as much as a whole lot of current human beings.
there may be been an entire lot of communication of the band reuniting in current weeks.
speakme to information corp on Saturday, frontman bernard revealed that he and bandmate Jon Coghill find the hype surreal.
‘we do snigger about it,’ bernard, 50, stated. ‘the idea that people get so pent up about these things is a type of ridiculous to us.’
Bernard went on to recommend that Australians want a ‘glad story’ contemplating the troublesome cases we’re dwelling in.
‘we acknowledge [the hype], however we’re in the course of one among the many most essential health, financial and cultural crises in information… I wager people desire a glad story.’
Powderfinger break up in November 2010, after playing their final present in Brisbane.