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The songwriting pair doesn't want to give fans the wrong idea about their reunion -- it's a friendly affair. "I wish we were doing more shows," Difford explains. "Our writing has taken two very different roads since we haven't written together in such a long time. I'm just really comfortable being me and Glenn is very comfortable being Glenn," he says.
Though the pair has broken up twice, the splits have only served to enhance Difford and Tilbrook's appreciation for one another. "My respect for him has grown 100 percent in the last five or six years," Difford says. "I've realized in hindsight the brilliance of Glenn, his arrangements, his songwriting, his singing and his guitar playing."
The new level of fondness and understanding extends to Squeeze's back catalog as well. "I respect our songs much more than I ever did when I was in the band," Difford admits. "Even though I wrote all the lyrics, I've begun to understand more personally and emotionally what some of them were about."
Along with Squeeze back catalog staples, the group has some surprises in store for their fans, courtesy of Bryan Ferry. "I went to see Bryan play recently and every fourth or fifth song he put in a song he hadn't played for many, many years, and the audience appreciated that." Difford continues, "I think that is exactly what we will be doing."