PWR BTTM's stock plummeted after sexual assault allegations were brought forward against one half of the duo, Ben Hopkins. The pair's music was then removed from streaming services, although the group continued to contest the allegations.

But now, PWR BTTM's debut album Ugly Cherries has now returned to streaming sites while they work with music executive Lisa Barbaris and attorney Jeffrey Koeing to regain the rights to their recently released sophomore album Pageant from Polyvinyl Records. Read their full statement below.

"PWR BTTM’s LP Ugly Cherries will be made available digitally as of Tuesday, June 13. This LP, originally released by Father/Daughter Records, and the May 2017 release Pageant were pulled from stores and streaming services last month when the band’s current and past record labels dropped them as a result of an anonymous allegation of sexual misconduct.

This allegation followed rumors that began to circulate two days before the planned release of PWR BTTM’s breakthrough album Pageant, which had garnered early acclaim from Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Billboard, The FADER, and NPR Music and had been named one of the “most anticipated albums of 2017″ by The A.V. Club, Stereogum, and more. The band released a statement contesting the claims. Still, the band’s 36-city tour remained canceled and their music remained unavailable on virtually every digital platform.

Veteran label exec and music manager Lisa Barbaris is currently working with PWR BTTM. Barbaris was Director of Press and Artist Relations for Elektra/Asylum/Nonesuch Records before opening So What Management in 1994 and becoming manager for Cyndi Lauper, working with her on numerous tours and recordings plus her debut as a Broadway composer with Kinky Boots. As a fan of PWR BTTM’s music, Barbaris was appalled at the response of the band’s labels in withdrawing music and support so hastily.

Attorney Jeffrey Koenig of Serling Rooks Hunter McKoy & Worob LLP has been working with PWR BTTM and Barbaris to reclaim the band’s music following the label’s unprecedented move. As of now, Polyvinyl has not presented any viable plan to the band to make the music on Pageant available to their fans."