Gyllene Tider

Gyllene Tider’s comeback planned for eight years

STOCKHOLM - After having spent Christmas with his family in Halmstad, Per Gessle says it's now time for him to work on the new Gyllene Tider record that will be released to coincide with this summer's upcoming 25th Anniversary tour.

  "It's important so that the tour isn't only a retro thing, even if we will be playing the old hits," says Per.

  Per won't comment how far along the recording process is. "Then you won't have anything to write about the next time," Per said to Expressen's Per Hägred.

  The article claims that the comeback was planned – or at least considered – as early as 1996, during Återtåget. The tour will start in July, local venues are being booked now, and the only worries are that they might not sound good or that it will rain. The new record and the summer tour are presents from Gyllene Tider to their fans.

  The only thing that hasn't gone the way Per would prefer lately is his receding hairline that tells him he's reached middle age. "I thought this was something that only happened to one's father," he says.

This article was written for an earlier version of The Daily Roxette.
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January 2nd, 2004

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