Having released their sixth studio album Glad All Over late last year, the Wallflowers were recently featured on CBS This Morning to discuss their hiatus and reunion.
“It’s the beginning of the next beginning, of the other end of the first beginning,” frontman Jakob Dylan said in the interview. “We don’t really conceptualize how far it needs to go or how far it wants to go, I think we just take it one step at a time and here we are again.”
The band formed in the late 1980s, performing at Los Angeles landmark Canter’s Deli to sparse crowds before winning Grammys in 1998 for their smash hit “One Headlight.”
Check out their talk with reporter Bill Whitaker below and visit the Wallflowers’ official website for more information.