Irish indie rock legends Stump are to reform later this month.
Emily Eavis has already said they can have a Saturday night slot on the main stage at Glastonbury and record label Ensign have re-released "Charlton Heston" on iTunes and as an illegal download.
Global success eluded Stump as their fan-base grew more selective, though fans knew that a band from Cork would rise again.
Lead singer Mick Lynch is hopeful that "Charlton Heston" could climb higher that 72 in the charts, which was the original high in 1988.
The recent success is due to being a featured question on BBC4 series "Only Connect" in the what is the answer to the words with the vowels removed, in the "failed indie bands round". Geeks from Tavistock and Elderly bikers from Thurso failed to recognise STMP.
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