Breaking news: Chumbawamba has broken up. If you actually know who that is, congratulations; you’re one of the few left. The British one-hit-wonder, famous for the song “Tubthumping” (“I get knocked down/but I get up again/you’re never gonna keep me down”), announced on its website that Chumbawamba is no more. This warrants the question: which other long-forgotten ’90s bands are still clinging to their 15 minutes of fame by continuing to play today? We found 10 more bands that have “stood the test of time.”
1. Gin Blossoms
Gin Blossoms hasn’t released an album since 2010, and its original drummer left earlier this year, but it’s continuing to tour this summer.
2. Sugar Ray
Lead singer Mark McGrath has had a number of side projects over the years, like appearing on “Celebrity Apprentice” and hosting “Don’t Forget the Lyrics,” but Sugar Ray has remained intact and is on tour this summer.
3. Marcy Playground
Marcy Playground made albums in 2009 and 2010, and will release a compilation album later this month.
Lit is on tour this summer to promote its fifth studio album, which was released in June.
Everclear recently ended a six-year hiatus when it released a new album last month and started touring again.
6. Smash Mouth
Its lineup has fluctuated a lot over the past few years, but Smash Mouth’s new album is planned to be released later this year.
7. Fountains of Wayne
Fountains of Wayne released its fifth studio album in 2011 and has been touring extensively since then.
8. Soul Asylum
Soul Asylum toured with Guns n’ Roses in 2010, and will release its 10th studio album later this month.
9. Barenaked Ladies
After releasing a greatest hits album last year, and a new full-length album in May, the Barenaked Ladies are now touring and making the music for a musical based on “National Lampoon’s Animal House.”
10. Spin Doctors
Last year, Spin Doctors celebrated the 20-year anniversary of its first studio album with a UK and US tour.