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- Posted on Dec 14th 2010 6:30AM by Chris Cope
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The British band played the O2 Arena in London on Dec. 7 as part of a one-off reunion, but, as previously reported by Spinner, Anderson was vague about continuing the reformation and had hinted the gig would be a barometer for any future gigs.
But, in an interview with XFM, he has confirmed that the band will "in all likelihood" carry on doing "stuff" in 2011.
He said, "We all really enjoyed the tour -- because we did a European tour leading up to the O2 -- and the O2 was really special as well and I think we all enjoying doing this at the moment and so I think in all likelihood we'll probably carry on doing stuff next year. Specifically we don't really know what yet, to be honest."
When asked about writing new material, he admitted there had also been no decision. He said, "To be honest we haven't really thought about new stuff at all, the dust hasn't settled yet and I'm still slightly brain dead from the aftershow of the O2 so haven't really decided what's going on."