Good news, it looks as though Super Whatevr (finally) got their Twitter account back, and all is right in the world!

For those who aren't aware, on Dec. 30, the band had the misfortune of receiving a ban from Twitter for the most unexpected, and wholesome, reason we've ever heard: they just wanted to put their “band birthday” on their account.

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As it was noted in the past article, the band got locked out of their account after frontman Skyler McKee tried to add their band birthday to their account, because, as he shared, it "sounded like an adorable thing to do."

And honestly, we agree with you Sky.

Unfortunately for Super Whatevr fans and the band's frontman, Twitter didn't take too kindly to this adorable idea.

You see, Twitter has a pretty strict policy when it comes to the age of its users, and according to platform’s terms of service, users must be at least 13 years of age in order to be able to make an account.

This rule meant that Super Whatevr didn’t meet the age requirement, thus causing the ban.

Luckily, the band's frontman shared details of the event on his personal account...and honestly, it's probably the best Twitter thread we've seen in a while.

Since the ban from Twitter, McKee has kept fans up-to-date on the latest news from his own personal account.

But, it appears that McKee no longer has to go by "Temporary Super Whatevr" on his personal account, as the band got their Twitter account back!!

The best news of all? The band got their birthday added to their account...well, kind of.


We're beyond excited for the band's return to social media (not that we had any doubts they would come back! If the Maine and Awsten Knight could do it, we knew they could too.)

In other Super Whatevr-related news, the band recently got announced as support for Set It Off‘s U.S. leg of their midnight World Tour. Also joining the two bands is With Confidence.

Tickets for the upcoming run are available now, and you can get yours here!


2/15 — Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Hotel
2/16 — Pomona, CA @ The Glass House
2/17 — Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
2/19 — Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
2/20 — Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
2/23 — Salt Lake City, UT @In The Venue
2/24 — Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
2/26 — Chicago, IL @ Metro
2/27 — Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot Ballroom
2/28 — New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
3/2 — Millvale, PA @ Mr. Smalls Theatre
3/3 — Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
3/5 — Cleveland Heights, OH @ Grog Shop
3/6 — Toronto, ON @ Mod Club
3/8 — Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
3/9 — Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
3/10 — Greensboro, NC @ Blind Tiger
3/12 — West Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
3/13 — Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
3/15 — Orlando, FL @ The Abbey
3/18 — Dallas, TX @ 2513 Deep Ellum
3/19 — Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
3/20 — San Antonio, TX @ Alamo City Music Hall
3/22 — Mesa, AZ @ The Nile
3/23 — West Hollywood, CA @ The Roxy
3/24 — San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall

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