Stewart Copeland has suggested that Oysterhead will probably reunite for another album or tour sometime in the future. JamBase has pointed out a new interview with Radio.com in which The Police drummer states that Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio and Primus frontman Les Claypool are interested in doing something new. When asked about the possibility a second album or tour, Copeland said:
We haven’t actually all been in the same room at the same time for quite a while. I saw Trey not too long ago, I see Les all the time, and we all say, “Yeah, we’re gonna do it, we’re gonna do it!” And we all love the idea, but the two other guys have working bands. I’ve got what I’m doing, but I’m probably a lot more available than they are. But when a hole in both of their schedules emerges, we’ll probably do something. I’d like to get both of them over here to the Sacred Grove, just to do a Sacred Grove track just for a start.
Oysterhead first came together in 2000 for a one-off Jazz Fest late night at New Orleans’ Saenger Theatre, but the trio reformed in 2001 to release their only album, The Grand Pecking Order, and embark on a fall tour. The group then reunited for a Bonnaroo performance in 2006, but they haven’t done anything since.