After being broken up for 11 years (minus a pair of shows performed in 2010), the Juliana Theory announced today that they will fully reunite and record a new album.

The announcement comes months after they announced their 20 year anniversary tour. Because of the reunion and desire to record new material, the band has postponed the upcoming tour and made the announcement to those who have purchased tickets:

To our Friends & Fans,

When we realized 2017 was the band’s 20th anniversary we decided to do a handful of reunion shows because we missed playing together & missed all of you. The plan was to play a few shows filled with our old songs and then we’d put the band to rest again forever (or for a very, very long time). But when we announced that we’d be playing these shows your reaction was overwhelming. Making music together again – all of us in one place for the first time in many years – just felt right. We felt inspired and saw a future that extends beyond nostalgia… To make a long story short, we’ve decided to be a band again & we are thrilled to announce that we have begun writing a new record.

We’ve made the decision to postpone our summer tour so that this new music can be shared with all of you prior to and during these shows. You may save your tickets for the rescheduled dates, or refunds may be issued for all of the tickets purchased and we will have further announcements of new tour dates etc for you soon. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but we promise to make it up to you shortly.

We love you and cannot thank you enough for always inspiring us.

The Juliana Theory


The postponement dates have not been announced yet.

Formed in 1997, the Juliana Theory has released four full-length albums, one EP and two splits. Their final album, “Deadbeat Sweetheartbeat” was released in 2005.