Rocker Thurston Moore is open to reuniting Sonic Youth if he can rebuild the "trust" with his estranged wife Kim Gordon. The exes announced in 2011 they were separating after 27 years of marriage, and the split seemingly spelled the end of the band they had both been in for 30 years. Moore went on to form new group Chelsea Light Moving but he has confessed Sonic Youth still feels like unfinished business - and he has not ruled out reforming the rock band if he can work out his differences with Gordon. He tells NME magazine, "I think it's something that had an incredible run that most bands don't have. Nobody in the band or in the company of Sonic Youth has signed off on it as something that's completely gone. It remains to be seen. Everybody's communicative. We'll let time define the future for this band. "Nobody wants to say that it's something that's hung up to dry, that's for sure... I think it would take a lot of dialogue and some kind of understanding. And it would take renewed vows of trust between the members of the band."