Nirvana’s bassist Krist Novoselic has admitted that the band’s reunion could be similar to ABBA’s. The Swedish band organized a virtual show with a hologram of four members.
On October 27, Nirvana will release an anniversary reissue of their latest album In Utero. It will include the band’s live performances and unreleased live recordings.
In an interview with Mojo, bassist Krist Novoselic said that the new songs on the album «must be heard.» The journalist suggested that Nirvana reunite like ABBA did at the Voyage virtual show. Krist laughed but did not deny the possibility.
Novoselic said he wouldn’t mind playing alongside Dave Grohl, live guitarist Pat Smear, and a guest vocalist to replace the late Kurt Cobain.
«I always hope for that. There was a time when I thought I would never play Nirvana songs again. We had a conversation: «let’s do it, but we need to not overdo it». So yes, when the time is right, we will do it,» the bassist said.
Nirvana is an American rock band formed in 1987. Together with Alice in Chains, Soundgarden and Pearl Jam, it is one of the «Big Four of grunge.» In 1994, the band ceased to exist after the suicide of frontman Kurt Cobain.