In nature there are apparently more species of animals in existence now than have ever existed. 
It seems to be the same in music, with all the reformed bands meaning that there are more bands going now than ave ever existed…the latest comeback is from Forest Of Dean lunatics EMF.
Gloucestershire chart sensations, EMF, are set to return to the stage after signing up to two county festivals this year. The band have put pen to paper and agreed to play Lakefest in Tewkesbury on Friday 18th May, followed by Westbury-On-Severn Cider Festival on Saturday 25th August
The band are set to delight festival goers by performing Schubert Dip, their acclaimed multi-million selling debut album, in its entirety. The album features worldwide number one hit “Unbelievable” alongside the worldwide top ten singles “I Believe”, “Children” and “Lies”. The performances will also see them play tracks from the album that have never been played live. 
The shows coincide with the 21st anniversary release of the album and its subsequent chart success in both the UK and US. These special performances will be the first time that EMF, who hail from Cinderford in the Forest Of Dean, have ever played the album from start to finish, a fact that adds to the excitement it will bring to organisers of both festivals and fans alike. This is also the first time in 3 years that EMF have performed together. 
Organiser Martin Newell of Lakefest 2012 said, “We are thrilled to be able to announce EMF’s involvement in what will be a very memorable festival for a lot of reasons. They are one of Gloucestershire’s biggest bands in history and for them to agree to reform and play this special show for us is an honour ”“ one that no-one will want to miss.” 
Lakefest is to be held on 18th and 19th of May at Croft Farm Water Park in Bredons Hardwick, near Tewkesbury. Other exciting acts on the bill include The Levellers, Reef, Dodgy, Toploader, Chesney Hawkes and Miles Hunt & Erica Nockalls of The Wonder Stuff. 
Tickets for Lakefest can be purchased from from 
Westbury Festival 2012 will take place over the August Bank Holiday on 25th & 26th August ”“ full line up and ticket details to be announced on

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  1. I saw a reformed EMF a couple of years ago at Brixton with Carter USM. They were bloody awful, not a patch on the cracking live band they were around the time of the ‘Stigma’ album.

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