It has indeed been announced that At the Drive-In will be reuniting next year. The news arrived yesterday when the band was announced in the lineup for Ohio festival Rock On The Range in May 2016.

During their initial comeback tour in 2012, band co-founder Omar Rodriguez-Lopez expressed a disconnect with the music:

"When playing those songs, I thought, ‘Here’s a person at the time that I don’t relate to anymore.’ He didn’t care about his life and was doing drugs and was really disconnected from the world and a whole lot of other personal stuff that I won’t get into. If I give myself to that, I can feel the psychological effects of that personality in the same way that an actor can say it wasn’t healthy to live in that role so long or bring that role home every night."

However, following the break-up of the band in 2013, frontman Cedric Bixler-Zavala stated that he was definitely still up for playing together; he tweeted: "for the record I'm still in love with ATDI. Proof was in MY performance. I would never get on stage if my heart was else where."