Beloved Canadian indie-rockers Wolf Parade are officially back after a five-year hiatus.

The band recently updated their website and launched Twitter and Instagram pages, stirring up hope of a reunion and proving they’re entirely adept at social media despite claiming otherwise:

Sure enough, the band broke the good news today (Jan. 15) on Facebook. They’ll come back together for a handful of residencies in New York City, Toronto and London. They’re also working on new music:

Hey-o everyone, the hiatus is over!
We're very excited to get back on stage together at these residency shows in NYC, Toronto, and London. We'll be playing our favorites from from the old albums, of course, as well as a taste or two of some new tunes we've been writing. Hope to see you there! xo WP

You can watch a trailer for the residency shows at the top of the page, which features a bit of “I’ll Believe in Anything” in the background. Take a look at the concert dates at the bottom of the page.

Wolf Parade released three albums during their original tenure: 2005’s Apologies to Queen Mary, 2008’s At Mount Zoomer and 2010’s Expo 86. They went on hiatus in 2010 and played their last shows the following year. Since then, Wolf Parade’s Spencer Krug has released new music as Moonface, while Dan Boeckner has kept busy with Divine Fits and the now-disbanded Handsome Furs.

Wolf Parade Tour
May 17-21: New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
May 24-26: Toronto, Ontario - Lee's Palace
June 14-15: London, England - Scala