Trace Cyrus and Mason Musso have unexpectedly reconciled despite their indefinite 2010 split caused by multiple disputes among band members.
According to Billboard, Cyrus and Musso are making a Metro Station comeback with an EP and tour in their sights.
"After over four years of being apart, fans -- and even myself -- thought this would never happen,” Trace Cyrus told Billboard. “I’m extremely excited to be making amazing music with Mason as Metro Station again. We started this band together and it only feels right we finish what we started."
“Love & War,” the first single since the reunion leaked a day early with an accompanying music video that features Cyrus and Musso as they sing about a toxic love affair. “Love & War” is a dance-heavy track that will fit perfectly among Top 40 hits.
Metro Station was originally short-lived having released one album in 2007 along with their Billboard Top 10 single, “Shake It.”
In addition to the reunion and their latest single, Metro Station announced they will be embarking on a co-headlining tour with The Ready Set on The Outsiders Tour. The Downtown Fiction and Against The Current will be supporting.
The Outsiders Tour is scheduled to kick off on Oct. 21 in Salt Lake City, Ut. and will wrap up on Nov. 22 in San Diego, Ca.
For more information regarding tour dates and tickets click here.
Be sure to check out the official music video for “Love & War.”