In 2007 the original trio announced they were reuniting and heading out on tour in November, only for Andy to break his arm forcing them to delay the shows until March 2008. The band described these shows as a homecoming, inspiring a five star review from the Guardian newspaper.
The band’s debut album, produced by The Lightning Seeds’ Ian Broudie demonstrated a comprehensive grasp of classic british pop influences. In many ways the album pre-dated the Brit-pop sound that would come to dominate the English scene with the arrival of Oasis.
The later re-incarnaton was with Priest and Miller, joined by vocalist David Bassey; keyboardist Chris Hallam, and bass player Nick Abnett. This new version of the group would record one album, Real Estate, released in 2001. The most notable fact about this record is that the band’s fans partially helped fund the recording sessions.
Dodgy are back and working on new songs and will be appearing at festivals over the summer.