After a lengthy time away from the spotlight Liverpool-based synthpop troupe Ladytron have hinted at a new album on social media.
Ladytron haven't released an album since 2011's Gravity The Seducer, with the various members embarking upon solo projects and focusing on different areas in the years since. Daniel Hunt has composed for screen and co-produced Lush's comeback EP, Helen Marnie recently released solo album Strange Words and Weird Wars, Reuben Wu is a photographer and editor, and Mira Aroyo works in TV and film.
It seems like they're gearing up to get the band back together though, and have recently relaunched their online store and gave their social channels a visual overhaul.
They also Tweeted an intriguing exchange and a cryptic follow up. Are we reading too much into it? Hopefully not...
That sounds like a good idea. https://t.co/j8YH0A3VNS— Ladytron (@LadytronMusic) January 31, 2018
Shhhhhh.— Ladytron (@LadytronMusic) February 27, 2018