Rumors have been swirling for weeks that the Postal Service (Ben Gibbard and Jimmy Tamborello) would reunite in 2013 - and if the band's official website is any indication, the rumors seem to be true.
In addition to some edits made to Gibbard's Twitter account in recent weeks (the line referencing the impossibility of a reunion is now absent), Billboard now reports the act is prepping to release a deluxe edition of their only release, the platinum-certified "Give Up," via Sub Pop in the near future.
According to Billboard, the act also has plans to hit the road in support of the release, with a stop that has been all but confirmed at Coachella 2013, followed by a handful of other appearances (we'd say the Sasquatch Music Festival in May is a safe bet).
While there is no word on whether or not a second album is in the works - Gibbard shot down rumors of this in October - it's likely the deluxe edition will include some previously unreleased tracks.
Now, let the countdown begin...
P.S. About the band maybe playing Sasquatch! The lineup will be announced at the Sasquatch! launch party, Feb. 4 at the Neptune. Built to Spill, Cody ChesnuTT, and a very special surprise guest are playing. The show is free!