Hey Monday just teased a comeback – and our pop punk hearts are hyped

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11 years since the release of pop punk band Hey Monday’s debut album ‘Hold On Tight‘, lead singer Cassadee Pope teased some major news in a cryptic tweet.

Cassadee tweeted a pic in celebration of their first album’s 11th anniversary, ending it with an eyebrow-raising ‘Psstt -Check back next Monday. #HeyItsMonday.’

 

Although Hey Monday announced their hiatus in 2011, they emphasized that they didn’t break up for good but were instead pursuing other things as solo artists.

‘We are, however, taking a break and pursuing things on our own. I hope you all understand that this does not mean we’ll never release new music or tour ever again.’, said Cassadee.

Bands reuniting after a long hiatus isn’t new, as fellow pop punk band Fall Out Boy also got back together 3 years after their ‘indefinite hiatus‘.

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