Gnarls Barkley reunite in 2014
Gnarls Barkley are reuniting in 2014 after a hiatus spent focusing on their solo careers
Gnarls Barkley are reuniting in 2014.
The 'Crazy' hitmakers - which included Brian Joseph Burton, known as Danger Mouse, and CeeLo Green - were catapulted to fame after the release of their debut solo album 'St. Elsewhere' in 2006, and had further success with their record 'The Odd Couple' in 2008, after which they decided to focus on their individual careers.
Quizzed on the prospect of teaming up again, CeeLo told TMZ.com: "Yeah, like next year."
The gossip site report it is "highly possibly" they'll team up at Coachella Valley Music Festival in California.
During the duo's hiatus, CeeLo, real name Thomas DeCarlo Callaway, has had huge success as a solo artist with hits including 'Forget You' and 'It's OK'.
This year he's been busy with Goodie Mob, releasing their fifth studio album 'Age Against the Machine', but has confirmed Gnarls Barkley's plans to release more music in the upcoming year.
Danger Mouse went on to work with the likes of U2 and the Black Keys and won a Grammy Award in the Producer of the Year category in 2011.
The pair's reunion has been in works for a while now with CeeLo previously announcing they would be releasing another album in 2012 during the Virgin Fest in America in September 2011.