Joel Plaskett and Co. are getting the band back together. Thrush Hermit are set to reunite for a string of tour dates in celebration of 20 years since the release of their final record, Clayton Park.
The Halifax-based indie rockers announced five shows and a vinyl release for the 1999 album, according to a tweet from George Stromboulopoulos. “Thrush Hermit Revisits Clayton Park 20 Years On” currently includes one Toronto stop set for Danforth Music Hall on October 4th.
Thrush Hermit are reuniting for some shows & Clayton Park will be released on @recordstoreday.
— Strombo ☠️🐺🏴 🎼🏍 🌱 (@strombo) March 25, 2019
Thrush Hermit disbanded shortly after the release of Clayton Park. The band released a handful of EPs in the mid-90s before landing on Elektra Records with their 1997 debut full-length, Sweet Homewrecker.
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