Melbourne band Baseball are set to reunite for their first show in two years, after announcing a date for next month at The Tote in Melbourne, raising funds for victims of the Japan earthquake.
Mess and Noise report that the concert takes place Sunday, June 5 and sees Baseball share a bill with Minimum Chips, No Zu, Gosteleradio, and Tailor Made For Small Rooms.
Baseball released their last album, Animal Kingdom, in 2008 and embarked on a worldwide tour to promote it. Then, band members seemed to go their separate ways. Evelyn Morris picked up the Pikelet moniker, while others performed with High Tea, Cuba Is Japan, Love Of Diagrams and The Paul Kidney Experience.