They've also signed a new band!
Spencer Smithhas revealed that he now has an official role working to develop new acts on the DCD2 Records roster, the label part owned by Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz.
On the label's Twitter Spencer stated that "to be a part of building the future of a label that took a chance on my band feels right, and feels like home."
I’m beyond excited to announce my involvement in DCD2, and finally get to talk about the not so well kept secret @petewentz and I have had for a minute now. To be a part of building the future of a label that took a chance on my band feels right, and feels like home �� - Spencer— DCD2 (@DCD2records) February 7, 2018
Pete added that he has been looking for someone who shares the spirit of "finding like-minded creative people and magnifying their vision".
As a label, DCD2 has always been about finding like-minded creative people and magnifying their vision. Since the founding of decaydance (with our first signing @PanicAtTheDisco) to what is now called @DCD2Records, I have sought a partner that shares this spirit...— pw (@petewentz) February 7, 2018
If that wasn't enough, the pair have announced their first new signing in the form of L.I.F.T.
The band's new single 'Cassette Tapes' will be released February 09.
It's all happening!