Could The Unicorns Be Reuniting?
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Montreal, QC-based indie rock band The Unicorns aren’t exactly squashing rumors that they may have a reunion tour planned in the near future, along with a re-issue of their breakthrough 2003 album, Who Will Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone?. Band member Nick Thorburn (aka Nick “Neil” Diamonds, among a variety of other stage names) told SPIN magazine “don’t get your hopes up,” but noted that the band has pushed aside any of the hard feelings that led to their breakup in 2004 and are speaking again. Alden Penner, another band member, made hints that the band would even be recording new material. But will it happen? Or are The Unicorns doomed to be another great band that left us too soon? We’ll just have to wait and see, and we will, of course, update you with the latest.
Formed in Montreal, QC in 2000 by Nick Thorburn, Alden Penner, and Jamie Thompson, The Unicorns self-released their debut album, Unicorns Are People, Too in 2003 with a limited run of only 500 copies. Their second album, Who Will Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone?, received glowing reviews from basically every major music publication, and the band toured to keep up with demand. Band pressures, however, got to the group, and they split up in 2004.
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