Metalcore favorites Jamie's Elsewhere have announced that a new album and 10-year anniversary shows for They Said a Storm Was Coming are in the works.

Vocalist Aaron Pauley, who also fronts Of Mice & Men, took to social media over the weekend to announce the news, as well as reveal a new line of merch, which includes some "vintage tour stock."

Speaking about the Jamie's Elsewhere reunion, Pauley said the following: "We are working on new music. We're doing it remotely, given the social distancing orders, so we're being responsible by staying home and working on new music."

"We were planning on booking a handful of shows for the They Said a Storm Was Coming 10-year anniversary," Pauley continued. "However, it's looking like we're gonna have to wait until 2021 before we look at that again. We're closely monitoring the situation and will let you know as soon as we have any answers regarding that."

Jamie's Elsewhere initially broke up in 2015, although Pauley had previously left in 2012 to join Of Mice & Men.

The band released three studio albums during their decade together: 2008's Guidebook for Sinners Turned Saints; 2010's They Said a Storm Was Coming; and Rebel-Revive, which dropped in 2014.

Jamie's Elsewhere last played shows in 2014 with Justin Kyle on vocals. They had previously toured with the likes of Motionless in White, Alesana, Memphis May Fire and Greeley Estates. Telle Smith, formerly of Greeley Estates, took to Twitter recently to confirm that the members of Greeley Estates have been in discussions about new music and reunion shows, but that no plans were in the works.

Aaron Pauley's former Of Mice & Men bandmate Austin Carlile was back in scene news recently, after he revealed that he nearly joined I See Stars after leaving Attack Attack!. Instead, Carlile revealed, he went on to form Of Mice & Men.

Currently, no further details have been revealed about the Jamie's Elsewhere reunion.

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