Joy Williams, John Paul White, The Civil Wars

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Have The Civil Wars reached a détente over their standoff?

Six weeks after the Grammy-winning folk act jettisoned their tour due to internal bickering, the duo—Joy Williams and John Paul White—could be headed for a reconciliation.

On Thursday, Williams revealed during a Twitter chat on the Grammys' official feed that she's mulling over some new tracks. "I'm in the studio right now, listening to some new @thecivilwars songs," she tweeted.

That's certainly an about-face: In early November, The Civil Wars pulled the plug on their European tour, saying that "due to internal discord and irreconcilable differences of ambition we are unable to continue as a touring entity at this time."

Glad to see that the end of this war has produced a big victor: elated fans.

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