The good news just keeps pouring in for Sugarland fans. This morning, the country duo announced on the Bobby Bones Show that they'll be hitting the road again in 2018.
"There's going to be new music and new live shows," an excited Jennifer Nettles told Bones.
Unfortunately, we have to wait longer to get the specifics. While we know they're going on tour, we don't know where or when yet.
During their appearance on the show, Nettles and bandmate Kristian Bush performed some acoustic songs. The pair officially went on hiatus four years ago. While each of them pursued solo careers, fans always hoped they'd come back again as Sugarland.
You can watch more of their appearance on the show below.
The pair first hinted at the reunion rumors on the CMA Awards last November. In presenting the award for duos, Nettles said to Bush, "Well funny seeing you here."
"It feels like we've been here before, right?" Bush quipped. They then talked about winning that award five years in a row.
"And, well, who knows?" Nettles finished with a wry smile.
They then started using #StillTheSame to promote their return to the main stage. Both Nettles and Bush said they still plan to work on solo projects. They each released some solo music while Bush dove heavier into production and Nettles spent time on stage and being a mother.
But Sugarland is definitely back and ready to bring their signature style to 2018. You can sign up for updates on their website and of course we'll keep you informed of any news.