They were propelled back into the spotlight following their hit documentary, After The Screaming Stops.
And Bros stars Matt and Luke Goss are reportedly set to a sign a lucrative record deal with music giant Warner off the back of their show’s success.
The twin brothers are said to want to release a brand new album followed by a live tour after interest in their careers sky-rocketed when the documentary was released last Christmas.
Comeback: Bros stars Matt and Luke Goss are reportedly set to a sign a lucrative record deal with music giant Warner off the back of their documentary, After The Screaming Stops success
A source told The Sun: ‘The brothers are thrilled by the explosion of interest in the band, and amazed that it took a documentary to set the ball rolling.
‘They can’t quite believe their luck, but after quite a few setbacks after Bros broke up, they feel they were due a bit of good fortune.
‘Now they’re ready to conjure up the same magic that made them an international phenomenon three decades ago.’
MailOnline has contacted Luke and Matt’s representatives for comment.
Revival: The brothers are said to want to release a brand new album followed by a live tour (pictured with ex band member Craig Logan (L) in 1988)
Matt and Luke Goss’ documentary followed the twins ahead of their 2017 reunion gig at London’s O2, with the pair talking about the highs and lows of life in the public eye as one of the most popular eighties boy-bands.
While it was well-received, others branded the show cringe-worthy, with many comparing Matt and Luke, both 50, to David Brent from Ricky Gervais’ show The Office.
The film crew documented the siblings as they tried to repair their bond after a decade of minimal contact.
A source said: ‘The brothers are thrilled by the explosion of interest in the band, and amazed that it took a documentary to set the ball rolling’
And while emotional in parts, the brothers’ unintentionally hilarious one liners have had viewers in stitches.
With anecdotes about not being able to play conkers, the brothers likening themselves to rectangles that made up a fortress and Matt spelling out the word ‘Home’, the show quickly became a fan favourite for very different reasons than the reunion.
Talking to the Guardian, the twins said they relinquished editorial control over the programme and admitted the cameras weren’t to blame for the tensions.
On the contrary, Matt said: ‘Without the cameras, there would have been blood.’
Thrilled: The insider added: ‘They can’t quite believe their luck, but after quite a few setbacks after Bros broke up, they feel they were due a bit of good fortune’ (L-R Matt, Luke)
The boys also said that they haven’t been fazed by some of the comments calling the programme ‘cringeworthy,’ as they can take a joke.
Luke said: ‘Of course they were laughing at us. It’s inevitable.’
Matt added: ‘We made a conscious decision that we knew there were going to be some uncomfortable moments. In life there are. It isn’t contrived.’
Conkers, rectangles and Stevie Wonder – The best one-liners from Bros: After The Screaming Stops
‘Please can we start a petition as Bros for this ridiculous thing where you can’t even play conkers, you have to wear goggles. That is the biggest problem…You can’t play conkers in England’ – Matt Goss
‘This is my best friend, Alfie, my bulldog – I had him painted, holding a pint of beer’ – Matt Goss
‘The letters H.O.M.E. are so important because they personify the word home’ -Matt Goss
‘I’m a Londoner. Embankment. Big Ben. Cab drivers’ – Luke Goss
‘I made a conscious decision because of Stevie Wonder not to be superstitious’ – Matt Goss
‘I was a rectangle and [Luke] was a rectangle and we made a square that became a fortress’ – Matt Goss
‘Rome wasn’t built in a day. And f**k me that’s true… But we don’t have the time Rome had’ – Matt Goss
‘The best toy we had growing up was a dart. No dart board, just a dart’ – Matt Goss
‘This is my cave area. I have crystals everywhere. Love a bit of chess, have a few glasses of scotch, have a long game of chess’ – Matt Goss
‘I’m obsessed with the news, it ironically relaxes me, if I don’t see the news, I don’t feel informed, then I can’t go about my day properly. CNN is the thinking man’s reality show’ – Matt Goss