Former Genesis frontman Phil Collins has revealed that the band's reunion may still be on the cards.
The much-speculated reunion is touted to feature the original Genesis line-up with Peter Gabriel and Steve Hackett. The group had come together for reunion talks at an impromptu jam session last year (OCT05), and plans are slowly moving forward for a possible tour.
"This is something we may do in a couple of years. It is very, very loose," Contactmusic quoted Collins as saying.
And the group's drummer-turned-singer insists that even if Gabriel and Hackett's busy schedules prompt them to pull out of the plans, he might still hit the road with Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford.
"I would do it with the drop of a hat. I have been working non-stop for a long, long time now. Right now, I need a break, but if you ask me in six months time...," he added.
Genesis fans were hoping for a reunion earlier this year when British tabloids prematurely announced a press conference in Los Angeles. The press conference was actually staged to announce the reunion tour for US rockers 'The Cars'.