"The Versus" a newly signed group to Warners will be the supporting act for Fleetwood Mac in Australia at Rod Laver Arena on December 1 and 2
KILLING Heidi siblings Ella and Jesse Hooper are set for a comeback to the charts.
The hit-making pair's new band, the Verses, has just signed with Warner Music.
The deal has also helped the band secure the coveted slot supporting Fleetwood Mac on its December tour of Australia.
Unlike Killing Heidi, the Verses have a country-tinged southern rock sound.
Aside from Ella's occasional appearances on Spicks and Specks, the Hoopers have kept a low profile since the end of Killing Heidi, to concentrate on their songwriting.
Now 26, Ella was 17 when Killing Heidi topped the charts in 2000, becoming the hottest band in the land.
The Verses have built a loyal following through residencies at the Toff in Town in Melbourne.
"We're country kids - we like things to go at a nice, slow pace - and we gave ourselves time: time to write, time to get inspired, time to try different things musically," Ella said.
"We were taking a holiday from the three-minute pop song, although funnily enough we've found ourselves coming back to that."
The first taste of the Verses will come with an EP released next month.
Curious listeners can download their new single Forever More free from theverses.com.au as of Monday.
The band will support Fleetwood Mac at Rod Laver Arena on December 1 and 2.