Last month, Jawbreaker drummer Adam Pfahler gave a speech at the Giant Robot 2 gallery in Los Angeles, California, where he revealed that the band are currently discussing a reunion. While the punk icons have been inactive since 1996, Pfahler did confirm that they've recently rehearsed together, asserting that "everyone is excited" and that they "could still do it". You can view a full video of his speech along with a snippet confirming the news via Fact and Substream below.

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Pfahler on reunion offers and band opinions:

They start calling you and offering you crazy, crazy money. [Audience member mentions Coachella.] Anything you've heard is probably true. ... They offer you crazy money to do two shows, and that's amazing. But it just hasn't come to that. The kind of people we are, Blake [Schwarzenbach] would not do it for all the money in the world. And I would do it for nothing. So it's two sides of that same coin.

"It’s gotta be cool. It’s gotta be just right. All the money in the world isn’t gonna make that happen. Everyone’s just gotta be right there with it.” Pfahler said they also had a practice session together in New York a few years back: “We played a couple of songs just to see if we could still do it. We weren’t sure if we could still do it. We could still do it."