For people of a certain age, the name 'Kula Shaker' will conjure up all sorts of memories - and not all of them good ones.

The indie band were reasonably big in the mid to late 1990s, with hits including 'Hey Dude', 'Tattva' and a cover of 'Hush'.

They split in 1999, reformed in 2004 and have been playing together semi-regularly since, although they haven't released an album since 2010's 'Pilgrim's Progress'.

Crispian Mills and co. recently returned with a new album 'K 2.0' and will embark on a tour to promote it, that includes stop-offs in Dublin, Belfast and Limerick.

They'll play The Academy on May 5th, Belfast's Limelight on May 6th and Dolan's, Limerick on May 7th.

Tickets for the Dublin gig are €27.50 including booking fee, and on sale from usual outlets this Friday at 10am.