Fans of veteran Brisbane indie outfit Custard jumped for joy when the band announced a few months back that they'll be releasing their and finally details of the record, including a release date, have been announced.
The forthcoming 11-track album entitled Come Back, All Is Forgiven will mark the group's first new material since 1999's Loverama and it is set for release on 6 November through ABC Music.
Recorded in just one weekend at band mate Glenn Thompson's studio, the drummer believes the record could fit anywhere in their catalogue.
"It sounds just like Custard," Thompson said.
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"Put the four of us together and that's the sound you get, it could be an album we put out in 2001."
The decision to reunite was sparked after the boys played a string of well-received shows throughout the last few years and this February the gang got together in the studio to see if they had fresh material in them and as it turns out, they definitely did.
To celebrate the release, Custard will embark on a short album tour this December throughout the east coast of the country.
Kicking off the shows at The Factory Theatre in Sydney on Friday 4 December, Custard will perform at Melbourne's The Toff In Town the following night, before finishing up at The Triffid in their hometown on Saturday 12 December.
Tickets are on sale now - for more details head to theGuide.
Check out Custard's first single below from the forthcoming album, We Are The Parents (Our Parents Warned Us About).