David Byrne is currently on tour behind he and Brian Eno's new record, Everything That Happens Will Happen Today in the U.K., and the NME has take up the deed of bringing up the ever hoped for Talking Heads reunion. Predictably, Byrne said, as he has essentially since 1991 when the band broke up, that he doesn't need the money, and can't see reuniting Talking Heads in the future.
"I'm not keen and it's unlikely to happen," he said. "I don't need the money badly enough."
I can't believe that anyone would be surprised by that, but hey, I guess it's going to come up re: Byrne until the band reunites or someone dies. But still, I'd much rather have this reunion than any iteration of a Led Zeppelin reunion. [ NME ]
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