A Static Lullaby to Reunite After Three-Year Hiatus

A Static Lullaby may have called it a day a couple of years ago (three years to be exact), but now, the band has confirmed plans to reunite. On Monday (Dec. 28), the group announced their slight reunion with a handful of shows in early 2016. The four shows will take place at different venues in the band’s home state of California and will feature them performing their debut album …And Don’t Forget to Breathe, in its entirety.

The first two …And Don’t Forget to Breathe shows are scheduled to take place in late February. On Feb. 26, the band will perform at the Soda Bar in San Diego while on Feb. 27, they will hit the stage at The Glasshouse in Pomona. After a month off, the band will finish the shows in late March. On March 25, they will perform at Orangevale’s The Boardwalk and on March 26, they will wrap it all up with a show at San Francisco’s Social Hall SF.

Check out the official poster for the shows below and don’t forget to refresh your minds with the lyrics for “The Shooting Star That Destroyed Us.”


A Static Lullaby announced their official disbandment back in 2012. Longtime guitarist/co-founder Dan Arnold was the first to announce the news of the separation in early 2012. A couple of days later, the group confirmed the news and even announced that their last show together would take place in Indonesia July 7, 2012.

A Static Lullaby’s final album before the hiatus was 2008’s Rattlesnake!