BRITPOP favourites Supergrass have reformed after almost a decade apart.

The long-awaited reunion tour kicks off in February with a date at Manchester's Victoria Warehouse on February 26.

Supergrass declared their comeback on Friday night in a suitably bold manner, taking to the stage unannounced at Glastonbury Pilton Party to rip through a greatest hits set, including Richard III, Moving, Alright and Caught By The Fuzz.

Drummer Danny Goffey said: "Everything aligned for us to make this happen for 2020. It was the first time that we collectively felt the buzz to get back in a room together and play the songs.

"We’re extremely excited to get out there and bring a bit of Supergrass joy to all our fans...and their extended families."

A career-spanning collection called Supergrass: The Strange Ones 1994 to 2008 has also been announced for release on January 24.

It contains collector's editions of their original six albums on picture disc LP and CD, bonus CDs of unreleased live material, B-sides, remixes, rarities, studio out-takes, demos, acoustic versions, new mixes, a deluxe book, posters and badges.

Also included are five unreleased tracks, including a cover of The Police’s Next To You.

Supergrass formed in Oxford in 1993 and made their breakthrough on the 90s scene with their chart-topping debut album, I Should Coco, in 1995.

Gaz Combes' band released another five records including the top five releases, In It For The Money and the self-titled Supergrass.

Tickets for all the shows go on sale on Friday. Visit