Gyllene Tider decides they WILL tour next summer!
STOCKHOLM (UPDATED) - As widely expected, The Daily Roxette learned today that Gyllene Tider has indeed decided to tour Sweden next summer to celebrate their 25th Anniversary. Members of the group met over the weekend to make the final decision.
"After all, 25 years are really quite a lot, and that has to be celebrated," Per Gessle says. "It'll be cool to bring Gyllene into the 21st century, and I hope the Summer Swedes would like to join us in our celebration," he continues.
There are, of course, no specific tour details available yet. The tour itself will be planned early next year, with the premiere date probably in July. The reunion is not permanent. "One summer is enough for god's sake! Gyllene Tider doesn't exist anymore, we only put it together again for this project," Per laughs. "We live under enormous expectations, but I think we can live up to them," Gessle explains to Aftonbladet.
It is expected that the tour will be preceded by some new material, perhaps an entire new album. Per and MP Persson will start recording demos after Christmas. Some are already done, Per says in Aftonbladet.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Photo at right, courtesy EMA Telstar, is of pass from '96 reunion tour.
- Aftonbladet's article (In Swedish)
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December 16th, 2003
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