17 Bands Who Need To End Their “Indefinite Hiatus” RN
People miss Fugazi. Experimental punk isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but if it’s something you’re open to trying out, Fugazi is the best there’s ever been. We’re approaching two decades of their hiatus but co-leader Ian MacKaye gave us a glimmer of hope in 2011 when he made it clear the only thing stopping a reunion was geography and time. Their bassist, Joe Lally, lives in Rome and the band would practice nearly forty hours a week at the peak of their fame, but Ian characterized his bandmates as family, with no hard feelings to speak of. They’ve been working on digitizing their music and video recordings of their live shows, so at least we have something to look forward to until they come back together.