As the U.S. Postal Service continues to be in the news, it appears that the band The Postal Service may be coming back.
The currently defunct group — featuring Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard and producer Jimmy Tamborello, plus Jenny Lewis of Rilo Kiley on backing vocals — tweeted a video Tuesday indicating that, well, something is happening this Wednesday, October 7.
“Your meeting will begin tomorrow,” reads the message in the cryptic clip.
As for what exactly will happen on Wednesday, fans are hoping for possible new music to follow The Postal Service’s one lone album, 2003’s Give Up, which spawned the beloved single “Such Great Heights.” Gibbard just performed a solo version of “Such Great Heights” in August in support of the USPS.
Tune in tomorrow to find out for sure.
By Josh Johnson
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