New York: Could you be the next member of The Smashing Pumpkins?
The influential alt rockers who achieved 1990s fame with hits including "Cherub Rock" and "Tonight, Tonight" are seeking an additional guitarist - and welcoming resumes.
"The application process is open to anyone who might be interested," the band wrote on X Friday, inviting potential candidates to send their CVs and "related material."
Jeff Schroeder had played with the band's most recent iteration from 2007 until 2023, when he announced his departure.
Originally formed in the late 1980s in Chicago, The Smashing Pumpkins gained acclaim for their brand of metal fused with dreamier pop sounds, catapulting to commercial success and becoming a Gen X touchstone band until their breakup in 2000.
Founding member, primary songwriter and front man Billy Corgan rebooted the band in 2006.
Along with Corgan two of the original members, guitarist James Iha and drummer Jimmy Chamberlin, rejoined over the past decade.
And now, with the departure of Schroeder, the rockers are looking to round out their sound with a fourth ahead of a European tour with Weezer set to launch June 7 in Birmingham, England.
Later in the summer they - and you? - will join the Saviors stadium tour with Green Day, Rancid and Linda Lindas, which is slated to begin July 29.