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Matt Goss to reunite with brother Luke on ‘outrageous’ Bros comeback album

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Matt Goss Bros Comeback Luke The Beautiful Unknown
Amanda Demme

Matt Goss has confirmed plans to reunite with brother Luke on an “outrageous” Bros comeback album. 

It’s been 30 years since the siblings released their third album, ‘Changing Faces’, in 1991, but according to Matt there’s new music on the cards. 

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The musician is set to release his latest solo offering, ‘The Beautiful Unknown’, on February 4, but after Luke recently teased the pair were planning to work on “the definitive Bros album,” Matt confirms a new record is on the horizon. 

“It’s definitely on the cards,” he tells the launch issue of Retro Pop. “My brother’s in love with art right now. 

“We’ve both had a massive illumination of what feels right and what we needed. We let go of certain things in our life, certain people in our life. Also, we realised the people that really, really loved us.” 

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He adds: “Luckily, we are the closest we’ve ever been. Once I’m done with this record and Luke is done with the next phase of his art, we absolutely want to do an outrageous record together.”

Matt and Luke reunited onstage in 2017 for their 30th-anniversary gigs at The O2 – the band’s first live shows since 1989 – which played out in the documentary ‘Bros: After the Screaming Stops’.

Looking back, Matt admits it was a breakthrough moment for the twins: “I don’t think the documentary was nostalgic. I don’t think it was a fluff piece. I think it probably changed the way documentaries are made. 

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“It was so honest and, if you’re not that honest now, I think it’s going to be very noticeable. I think there are some documentaries out there that aren’t as honest and, as a result, they’re not as interesting.”

Matt’s new album, ‘The Beautiful Unknown’, features his brilliant comeback track Somewhere to Fall, along with singles Better with You and Saved.

‘The Beautiful Unknown’ is available to pre-order on CD (including signed editions) and vinyl.

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Read the full interview in the Retro Pop 2022 Preview Special, out now. Get yours here: Retro Pop Store.

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