Good news for Postal Service fans! The indie band that had a short run in the early 2000s is reportedly reuniting.
The band's website was changed on Jan. 21 to read simply "The Postal Service 2013."
Billboard reports that The Postal Service's label, Sub Pop, is planning to release a deluxe edition of the band's only album, 2003's "Give Up." The deluxe edition will be made available in celebration of the 10th anniversary of "Give Up." Billboard is also reporting that the band will perform a reunion set at the Los Angeles music festival, Coachella.
The Postal Service is made up of musician Ben Gibbard, who fronts Death Cab for Cutie, and producer Jimmy Tamborello of DNTEL. In October, "Give Up" was certified platinum, more than nine years after it was released.
Days before "Give Up" went platinum, Gibbard asserted that the album would be the only one from the duo. "There are no plans to make a second record," he said in an interview with Spinner. "I can't say that enough."