Spandau Ballet are planning a massive world tour, which could make the band £20 million.
Spandau Ballet are planning a world tour next year.
The 80s pop stars - fronted by Tony Hadley - are set to hit the road in support of their new LP which they are currently recording, their full album for 25 years.
Gary Kemp told The Sun: ''Everything is back on track. We want to go back on tour. We didn't patch things up for money but because we had a deep history with each other.''
The band - which includes brothers Gary and Martin Kemp, Steve Norman, Tony Hadley and John Keeble - reunited in 2009 after a bitter split for a run of shows and could make £20 million collectively from their proposed 2015 tour.
The five band members - who between them produced hits like 'Gold' and 'True' - split up in 1990 and had not spoken for 20 years after disagreements over royalties.
The band have been busy releasing a movie about their musical life titled 'Soul Boys of The Western World' which will be available in October.