We Are The In Crowd has clarified what exactly is (or isn't) going on with the band after months of silence.
In short, three of the band's members - Tay Jardine, Mike Ferri and Cameron Hurley - will continue as a different band, while all current WATIC activity has been put on hold.
"This isn't a break up letter..." began the band in a message to fans, which also says, "I don't think there's too much to air out."
Some members of the band went into the studio to write the follow-up to most recent album 'Weird Kids', but made something that, "went against everything that WATIC was and continues to be."
"Rather than force this new thing," say the band, "we decided we were better off being true to ourselves and our fans and giving this new 'thing' an identity."
The message says there should be WATIC material on the horizon "as long as you guys want it," and ends with a promise: "This isn't goodbye, it's BRB."
Meanwhile, drummer Rob Chianelli has clarified his position in all of this, simply saying that while he played on the new material, "After six years I didn't have it in me to pursue a new project that was not WATIC."
He also revealed that he'll be drumming for Yellowcard at this year's Slam Dunk Festival.
You can read both the band and Rob's statements below.