Via an Anonymous Source, Posted by EMI Group

Popular pop–punk act Yellowcard have announced plans to go on an "indefinite hiatus" in a new interview. Frontman Ryan Key told The Minaret:

We are calling it an "Indefinite Hiatus." After this tour, so, I don't know. It could be a year, 10 years, or 6 months. It's been an interesting time in this business and our record label. It's just. We kind of need a break. I think it appears everything is ok on its surface but we definitely need a little bit of time to figure out our personal lives.

It doesn't have anything to do with turmoil in the band. It's more of a, facing adulthood now, and we can't stay in Neverland forever. You know what I mean. I think we just need a break. Hopefully we will get back to making another record sometime, if not it may be our last but we don't really know.

The band released Paper Walls last year.