It’s been a couple of years since New Jersey rockers The Gaslight Anthem went on hiatus. Now, ten years after the release of their debut record – second album The 59 Sound – the band have announced a reunion and a run of shows to commemorate the album’s anniversary.

The band’s social media announced their inclusion on the (impressive) line-up of this year’s Governors Ball festival in New York, with the caption, “Hello everyone! The ‘59 Sound is turning 10 this year so we’re gonna do some shows to celebrate! Thank you all for your continued support, more shows to be announced soon!” The band’s Governors Ball performance is billed as “The Gaslight Anthem (performing The 59 Sound),” so one can safely assume that this will be the main focus of any more shows to be announced.

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Since The Gaslight Anthem have been on hiatus, frontman Brian Fallon has released a solo album (2016’s Painkillers), an EP and has a second album scheduled this February. In fact, in addition to the release of the album’s first single ‘Forget Me Now,’ Fallon has also released dates for an extensive US tour this spring.

Stay tuned here for more live updates from The Gaslight Anthem.