UPDATED: Dopapod Teases Imminent Return Following Year-Long Hiatus

first_imgDopapod posted another update on Tuesday, January 22nd, as the rumor mill runs wild.The newly published comic reads, “December 31st, 2017. In the midst of Dopapod’s New Year’s Eve show at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, a time warping portal mysteriously appeared, abducting the band into another dimension. Rumors quickly spread as fans speculated the whereabouts of the band. The portal has gone unseen for over a year. As fans began to lose hope, whispers of the portal reopening somewhere in the Northeast have been reported.” Following their 2017–2018 New Year’s Eve show, jam scene favorites, Dopapod, began a year-long hiatus. Comprised of guitarist Rob Compa, drummer Neal “Fro” Evans, bassist Chuck Jones, and keyboardist Eli Winderman, the band has a deep history dating back to 2007, with over 1,000 lives shows under their belts.Prior to going on hiatus, Dopapod shared, “Following seven years of ceaseless touring, the sabbatical is a blueprint for wellness borne from love and mutual respect amongst old friends. It’s a pre-emptive move of self-preservation inspired by the TED Talk, ‘The Power of Time Off’.”“Every seven years, this guy closes his design firm and everyone who works for the company works on their own projects for the year,” explained Eli Winderman. “When they come back, everyone is inspired and working with a newfound sense of excitement.”Today, Dopapod has updated their website and profile pictures on their social media accounts, hinting at the band’s imminent return to getting back together and hitting the road. Keep your eyes peeled on Dopapod’s website and social media accounts for impending news.last_img

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