A HUGE 90s band have reunited for a tour and will hit the road together next year.
Barenaked Ladies enjoyed a lot of success in the nineties and went on to sell more than 15m records worldwide.
Now they're back and have announced dates across the US, Canada and UK for 2024.
The band sent fans wild as they confirmed the news on social media this week.
One wrote: "Yes, yes, yes!!!!"
Someone else added: "Day made!" And a third added: "That's made my day a thousand times better."
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Barenaked Ladies is made up of members Ed Robertson, Jim Creegan, Tyler Stewart and Kevin Hearn.
They're known for hits including One Week and It's All Been Done but they're also behind another very famous track – the theme tune for The Big Bang Theory.
The band were asked to write the tunes of other television shows that never made it to air, so were jaded when they got the call for the show.
Lead singer Ed told the Metro: "I totally ignored the entire thing until the morning I was supposed to get on a conference call with Chuck [Lorre] and Bill [Prady] and present the song… which I had not written.
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"I was going to get on the call and just go, 'hey guys, really appreciate the ask, but I've just been too busy with touring and I haven't been able to do this, so good luck.'"
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