Top 10 Bands That Have Disappeared or Broke Up That the World Needs to See Again

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Nobody likes to see that their favorite band has broke up, gone on hiatus, or have seemingly disappeared altogether. Everyone holds on to hope that they will come back and put out some new music or at least play some shows, so fans can have that last hurrah with the band. While we do understand that this is not always possible or even in the best interest of the musicians to get back together. We can dream though, right? Here are 10 bands (in no order) that we miss and feel the world needs to see/hear again!

Gym Class Heroes (I won’t officially say they are back even though they are signed on for a festival in 2018.)

(1997-2012)

Alt-Hip Hop

City Lights

(2008-2014; 2015)

Pop Punk

Picture Me Broken

(2005-2013)

Rock/Metal

The Venetia Fair

(2006-2015)

Theatrical Rock

Motley Crue

(1981-2015)

(Glam/Hair) Metal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5YsyttcEns

My Chemical Romance

(2001-2013)

Alt Rock/Emo

The Summer Set

(2007-2017)

Pop Rock

The Academy Is.

(2003-2011; 2015)

Yellowcard

(1997-2017)

Pop Punk

The Background

(2005-2014)

Pop Rock

Honorable Mention:

Framing Hanley

(2005-2015)

Rock

There are quite a few bands that didn’t quite make the list whether that was from being too recently broken up or we just felt we missed other more. Fingers crossed some of these bands may choose to reunite and give us a comeback like we’ve never seen. Never say never, right? Comment below or hit us up on our socials (Facebook/Twitter) if you agree or what bands you would add to the list!

 

 

 

 

 

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