Fans Are Going Wild As Aussie Pop Punk Band Short Stack Tease Reunion
Aussie pop punk trio Short Stack were massive in the land down under, gathering an army of fans back in the mid-2000s that ranged from emo kids to pop fanatics. They had a good few years but we haven't heard anything from the group since their last album, Homecoming, in 2015.
But it seems like the 'Planets' hit makers are reforming,with plans to release music and head off on tour very soon.
Excuse me short stack but who said you could play with my emotions like this again?! pic.twitter.com/vfVHOu3oqS
- D e n i s e (@_Deeneese) February 2, 2020
Eagle-eyed fans on social media saw that the band's website is teasing a song called 'Sandy', which will drop in March.
Frontier Touring has also got behind Short Stack for a tour, however details are being kept very under wraps.
There's a countdown on their website to Thursday, when all will be revealed with an official announcement.
Supporters have been going wild on Twitter over the potential reunion and are digging out the eyeliner already.
If short stack is reuniting I'm gonna cry, I miss them so much
- tiarna (@t_arna_) February 2, 2020
brUHH Sandy????? March 13???? What short stack got planned - my heart can't take a 3rd break up pic.twitter.com/Ofh6WdAeTD
- chan :sparkling_heart: (@chan_5sosx) February 2, 2020
Me: its just a phase
Short stack: announcement
- BelindaTopan (@BelindaTopan) February 3, 2020
Lead singer Shaun Diviney told the Daily Telegraph that he and bandmates Andy Clemmensen (bass, backing vocals) and Bradie Webb (drums, keyboards) have been floored by all the comments.
"We didn't expect the response, that's for sure - it's humbling," Diviney said. "It's really cool to be getting the band back together.
"We did LA for a bit and the UK but there's not much surf in London. We're a bunch of bogans at heart.
"When they got back together I was blown away. If we can do that for some people... I certainly know the feeling. We didn't anticipate we would get this big a response to something we created in a garage in Budgewoi."
Diviney has since been working as a real estate agent but we all know it would be far more enjoyable getting on stage in front of 20- or 30-somethings who know every line of their songs.
We'll have to wait and see what the big announcement will be on Thursday, but at least we can bank on the idea that the band is officially back and they definitely have new music on the way.
Featured Image Credit: Short Stack