Go Radio fans have been sent into a frenzy of hope and pure panic as the band released a photo sparking rumors of their return.
Could we see a Go Radio reunion in the near future?
Yesterday, the band took to social media to share a photo of frontman Jason Lancaster, bassist Matt Poulos and guitarist Alex Reed sitting in a room together looking like they were working on music. Meanwhile, drummer Steven Kopacz is in the upper corner of what may be a Facetime call.
The photo contains no caption, leaving fans (and apparently Seth Rollins) to wonder what in the world is going on.
— Seth Rollins (@WWERollins) July 6, 2019
PLEASE TELL ME YOU’RE GETTING BACK TOGETHER. PLEASE DON’T BREAK MY HEART AGAIN
— Albie Peralta (@AlbiePeralta) July 6, 2019
Um, excuse me??
— julie | photographer 📷 (@morriganthemage) July 6, 2019
I wasn’t ready
— Liz Rogers ⚡️ (@Zbethian) July 6, 2019
IM CRYING pls tell me my favorite band of my childhood is getting back together
— Ali L (@alicat10295) July 7, 2019
THIS – IS – THE – PART – WHERE – I – FUCKING – SCREAM!!!!!!! 😩
— Passage (@OneEdgeLegion) July 6, 2019
DO NOT GIVE ME FALSE HOPE pic.twitter.com/aqBfmpDrBB
— Brittany Leann (@critical_luck) July 7, 2019
After that, it wasn’t long before the rumors and theories made their way to Reddit.
Go Radio was formed in 2007 by former Mayday Parade vocalist Jason Lancaster.
In 2008, the band released their debut EP Welcome to Life before signing to Fearless Records in 2010. They made their Fearless debut with Do Overs and Second Chances the same year.
Lucky Street dropped March 1, 2011 followed by a deluxe edition in October the same year.
They played the entire Vans Warped Tour in 2011 and 2013 before disbanding Oct. 6, 2013. The band dropped their final album, Close the Distance, Sept. 18, 2012 before announcing their breakup.
Following the band’s breakup, Lancaster embarked on a solo career. He released one album, As You Are, in 2014. The same year, Lancaster lent his vocals to Set It Off track “Tomorrow” off their sophomore release Duality. The singer’s most recent release was a worship album, All the Things That Lead Us Home, under the name Lncstr.
Kopacz joined Anarbor as a touring drummer in 2013. The musician was diagnosed with Stage 3 gastric adenocarcinoma in 2017, and he celebrated his first cancer-free birthday in July. Most recently, Kopacz became more involved with videography through his Wild Light Films.
Reed joined Stages & Stereos on tour in 2013 and officially joined in 2014 where he played for a few years. Most recently, Reed opened up about designing cocktails and managing a bar, Township in Tallahassee, Florida.
Poulos remained relatively quiet on social media post-breakup, focusing on family life with his wife and their son.
Would you like to see Go Radio return? Do you think we’ll be getting new music or a reunion show? Sound off your theories in the comments below!