The singer and guitarist recently settled a lawsuit over his dismissal from the group earlier this year, revealing ex-bandmate Christine McVie had emailed him to suggest his return could be a possibility, and now Lindsey has confirmed he will rejoin Fleetwood Mac if he's asked.
"It's Fleetwood Mac, anything's possible," he tells Stereogum. "If they ask me to come back, would I? Sure, because, to me, I think the lack of a proper farewell tour, if that's what we're doing, that doesn't undercut, like I say, the legacy that we have so carefully built as the five of us, which they're not doing right now."
The GOAT @LBuckingham just toured behind his first-ever solo anthology, playing some songs he's never performed live. I met up with him to talk about a handful of its tracks and ask about his status with Fleetwood Mac now that the lawsuit's been settled. https://t.co/mAasvRmF3hpic.twitter.com/xgnRkDGrQQ— 𝖘𝖈𝖔𝖙𝖙𝖌𝖚𝖒 (@scottgum) 10 December 2018
His former bandmates recruited Mike Campbell and Neil Finn to replace Buckingham and the group is currently back out on tour.
Lindsey admits he's not a big fan of the current set up, adding, "I don't know what they're doing. It's a cover band kind of deal."