Timing, they say, is everything. However, when most bands reform there’s always a sense, deep down, that it’s a marriage of convenience. Not for Kula Shaker.

“I think what many people like about the band is that we never treated it as a career,” says Crispian Mills, contemplating the group’s long strange journey between then and now. “For us it was always a calling, and that came across at gigs. We can only do this when the timing is right.”

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