snaperniepopBATTLE CREEK, MI- Fans of the original Snap Crackle Pop have been a buzz as rumors of a possible reunion fly. The group’s publicist confirmed yesterday that band is in fact returning to the studio to record their first album of new material in over seven years however, this time around the line-up will be slightly different. The groups’ front man Crackle, who left the band in 2002 citing creative differences will be replaced by none other than longtime solo sensation, Ernie Keebler of Keebler Elves fame.
“Snap and I are confident that Ernie will bring an energy to the band unlike anything fans have seen before.” Pop said in an impromptu press conference, earlier today. “We want to assure everyone that this is the same band you know and love, only better! Ernie has some big pointed shoes to fill, but with him taking the rains we are able to put an end to shenanigans and sibling rivalry and concentrate on making really kick-a$$ music” added Snap.
The as yet to be named super group plans to promote their new album with a world-wide tour set to kick off next spring. Not to be out done, Crackle is said to be putting the finishing touches on his long awaited solo debut.