Spandau Ballet bandmates have been releasing pictures of themselves, hard at work in the studio on what will be their first new album for 25 years.
Alongside them is veteran producer Trevor Horn, famous for his work on charity single 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' as well as his legendary soundmaking with Frankie Goes To Hollywood.
Gary Kemp posted a picture of most of the band, only his brother Martin absent, last week, tweeting of Trevor, "Guess what, we're working with this genius..."
Guess what, we're working with this genius. And before you say anything, Martin isn't in today... pic.twitter.com/1G64AfvHwx— Gary Kemp (@garyjkemp) July 30, 2014
And he added later, “My bro @realmartinkemp lays down Spandau bass while Trevor looks on” and “Guitar overdubs for new songs in progress. Obviously enjoying it too”.
Meanwhile, brother Martin posted “@garyjkemp smashing it in the Studio today laying down guitar on new @Spandau_Ballet tracks!”
This is a sweet reunion for the band who originally split in 1989 and saw each other only in court battling for royalties.
However, they've seemingly put all their differences behind them, reforming in 2009 for a world tour, and with a documentary 'Soul Boys of the Western World' about their journey hitting cinemas in October.
At the Cannes Film Festival in May where they debuted the film, Martin Kemp told HuffPostUK it was "all the sweeter this time around" with the band all voicing their appreciation for their second chance.