Massive Attack’s Grant Marshall has revealed that the English trip hop masters have made up with their former collaborator Tricky.

Marshall explained to BBC that he and band mate Robert ‘3D’ Del Naja met up with Tricky in Paris recently and all went well.

“Things seem like they’ve healed between us and Tricky,” he told BBC 6music. “It’s been quite well documented how us and Tricky get on, hasn’t it? It’s not that well, but things have changed. Things have softened up. We saw Tricky a couple of weeks ago in Paris and it was quite an amicable meeting after five or six years.”

The last time the  group collaborated all together was on Massive Attack’s 1994 album ‘Protection’. So fingers crossed all stays pleasant as the rumour mill has already been flinging around the talk of MA will return to Australia in April/May.

Listen to one of the greatest collaborations of Massive Attack feat: Tricky & Portishead: