Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc2018 marks the 40th anniversary of The Police‘s debut album, Outlandos d’Amour, but drummer Stewart Copeland says there are currently no plans to mark the milestone.

“There is no Police plan whatsoever,” Copeland tells ABC Radio. “We are all really busy doing cool stuff.”

Having said that, the 65-year-old Rock & Roll Hall of Famer says he believes that “it’s inevitable” that the band eventually will reunite.

“It’s just too important, in a way,” Stewart says of a Police reunion. “Not for us, not because of…anything creatively that I’m doing. It’s sort of like my civic duty in a way…[I]t’s for all those people that that music means so much to them.”

Copeland compares being part of the hugely popular band to “joining the army [or] jury duty, where [you think], ‘Oh my God, is there any way I can get out of this?’ but once you’re doing it, it’s kind of interesting and it has its own rewards.”

Stewart also says The Police’s 2007-2008 reunion tour was a great experience for him, Sting and Andy Summers, maintaining that it was like “band therapy” for the often-contentious musicians.

“I recommend to any band out there that all hate each other’s guts, do a…reunion tour,” Stewart declares. “Oh, it’s so great…You know, we don’t really mesh that well musically, but as human beings, we are brothers.”

As for when another reunion might take place, Stewart tells ABC Radio that it’s “so not on the radar.”

What is very much on Copeland’s radar is his new band Gizmodrome, with ex-King Crimson guitarist Adrian Belew and Level 42 singer/bassist Mark King. The eclectic group, which just released its self-titled debut album, is planning to mount its first tour in 2018.

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