Dogstar, a Keanu Reeves band, will release its first new music in 23 years

Dogstar, a Keanu Reeves band, will release its first new music in 23 years

Dogstar, fronted by Keanu Reeves, is making a comeback.

The Canadian entertainer’s ’90s grit bunch are set to deliver their most memorable new music in more than 23 years, affirming the profit from Instagram.

“Dogstar is back” was the band’s bio on the social media platform, and they also shared a shot from a recent photo shoot from behind the scenes.

They wrote, “Exciting news coming soon. Thanks for being so patient. ❤️”

Robert Mailhouse plays drums, Bret Domrose sings and plays guitar, and Reeves plays bass in the band.

The gathering likewise shared a photograph of practices before the end of last month, close by the inscription: ” Dogstar preparing for the mid year and composing all the more new material.”

From the middle of the 1990s to the beginning of the 2000s, Dogstar was first in business. Their last collection was 2000’s Blissful Completion, after they dropped their presentation record Our Little Visionary in 1996.

Reeves frequently discusses music, most recently expressing his admiration for the Canadian indie pop band Alvvays.

The “John Wick” star talked about paying attention to the gathering during a Reddit AMA, before he was gotten some information about love them in a visit with NME.

“I like me a good pop song, and I like me a kind of inventiveness in it”, he said about what he liked about them.

“I think the lead singer [Molly Rankin], she’s great, and the textures of it. I mean, I love bass guitar and drums and I like their energy.”

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