It's been confirmed that Fleetwood Mac, the band behind many of the biggest hits and albums of the 1970s, have finally decided to reunite for a full tour in 2013. The tour will mark a 45 year milestone from the date their first album was released, and seems a little too perfect of an opportunity not to play at Worthy Farm next summer.

The line-up is likely to consist of the band's four foremost members: Stevie Nicks, Lindsay Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie. Nicks has been the most enthusiastic about the touring as of yet, stating on ABC radio earlier: "We go into rehearsals somewhere around the end of February. So if everything goes to plan, we should probably be out by the end of April or May, I would think."

Out on the road by April or May would certainly suggest a possibility of summer festival dates later along the line, and the prospect of a mass sing-along to 'Go your own way' is certainly a tantalising prospect for many. But all anyone can do until dates are announced is speculate and keep the rumour mill spinning.

As an added bonus however, Nicks has also hinted at some new material to come from the band, most likely to be added onto a new greatest hits compilation. Things still seem a bit vague on that front though, with Nicks answering "Well, actually, maybe like two songs, maybe four, who knows?" when asked how much new material to expect.