Former Depeche Mode keyboardist Alan Wilder is eying a full time reunion with the group after the success of a one-off show earlier this year. The musician performed with the band at the Teenage Cancer Trust charity show at London's Royal Albert Hall in February - 14 years after quitting the group.
And Wilder has received so many compliments since rejoining the trio at the gig, he's hinted he be playing more music with the electronic act. He says, "It was nice to see the lads again. I've had a lot of good feedback. It was a really good day. It felt really important for me. Going back on stage was like I'd never been away. It was all there as I remembered it, the whole circus. I wouldn't rule it out happening again in the future."
Wilder went on to form musical project Recoil after leaving Depeche Mode in 1995.