Hiatus (2004–2006)

After the hiatus announcement members went on to work on other projects.

Barrett became the announcer on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live late night talk show. In 2005 he also became the host of the daily Mighty Morning Show on Los Angeles radio’s Indie 103 FM. In March 2006 he departed the station when his contract was not renewed. The station folded the next year.

Gittleman toured and recorded with his band Avoid One Thing for several years. They recorded two albums. He then worked at SideOneDummy Records for a period during 2005 to 2007 where he produced albums and helped market and develop young bands. He currently resides in northern Vermont where he is an instructor in the Music Business Program at Lyndon State College.

Albert toured and recorded with his band The Kickovers for several years. He eventually became involved in band management, handling bands such as Bayside and Lost City Angels. He is currently a Vice-President of A&R at Universal Republic Records.

Sirois recorded and toured with numerous bands including the Street Dogs, Frank Black and Foo Fighter Chris Shiflett’s  side band Jackson United. He currently plays drums for Los Angeles based Roll the Tanks.

Rhodes went on to play and tour with a number of bands including The Toasters, Less Than Jake and Reel Big Fish.

Fleysher continued his training as a commercial pilot, which he had begun while the band was working. He eventually gained a professional pilot’s license and worked for CommutAir and Continental Airlines. He currently works for a private charter company in California.

Burton moved to Los Angeles to become more active in the movie business. He worked at a talent agency, wrote scripts and developed projects for television. In 2006 he moved to Jacksonville Florida where he has worked on several feature films and is active in the local music scene.

Katz also relocated to Los Angeles where he produces music for film soundtracks, television and commercials. As a guitarist he has collaborated with numerous artists including The Crystal Method. He also has toured North and South America with Latin rock sensation Beto Cuevas.

Lenear moved to Berlin, Germany where he lived for ten years. He works as a producer and performer, and has played shows with numerous acts including Honey and the Greek and TV on the Radio. He currently resides in Helsinki, Finland.

Carr moved to Providence Rhode Island. He currently works at Harmonix Music System, a video game development company best known for the games Dance Central and Rock Band.

Dalsimer is an artist and photographer living in New York City. He recently shot all the promotional photos for DEVO’s latest album Something for Everybody.