After concluding their farewell tour last year -- that included a stop in Manila -- it appeared that the answer to when will their Pinoy fans see them again was a stern never.
But after The Moffatts released their first new single in 18 years, titled "Secrets," earlier this January, there was hope.
This Wednesday, the Canadian pop band announced that they will be returning to the Philippines on November to again serenade their fans -- with all their members this time around -- with their greatest hits as part of a reunion tour.
They will perform first on Cebu on November 23, and then at the Kia Theatre in Cubao on November 30, the band revealed through an Instagram clip of them singing their hit "I Miss Like You Crazy."
Ticket prices for the Kia Theater concert range from P3,000 to P10,000 (with meet and greet), and will be available through Ticketnet starting this Saturday, according to organizer Midas Productions.
The Moffatts is best known as the youngest band ever to be signed into a major label in 1994. They are comprised of brothers Scott, Bob, Clint and Dave Moffatt, and have released hits such as "I'll Be There for You," and "Girl of My Dreams."
They have a planned EP coming out, with "Secrets" serving as the lead single.
Their reunion tour also includes stops in Indonesia and Singapore.