As bands like I Mother Earth, Refused, At the Drive-In are all revealing their plans to “reconvene” for this year. And now you can include Treble Charger to that list too, since the pop rock band that is defunct now, have already released their plans to gather as a band together for the event of the “Canadian Music Week“.
An account with Tumblr and Twitter now exist in the name of Treble Charger, where they had written on Sunday January 15th, “Wow — it’s been awhile. Might be time to knock off the dust.” said their management, and also with their own website showing quotes in saying “A reunion show at CMW?, There is no way we could say no to this one.”
To this day, it has been reported by AUX that the band’s lineup at this point is kind of unclear, though they will be playing at the Indie Awards at CMW. And it is being guessed by us that the reformation will be more than a simple “one-off”.
The Canadian Music Week will be in operation from March 21st to the 25th within Toronto.
The band Treble Charger that was my personal favourite back in my teenage years, were an early 90′s band up until 2006. They had made it big in the ubiquitous Can-rock radio hits in the last decade, which includes hit singles like “American Psycho,” “Brand New Low” and also last but not least “Hundred Million.”
And an update has also confirmed that Treble will be playing the Indies in the city of Toronto on March 24th, and also the city’s Phoenix on March 21st aswell as a part of the CMW.