Serenity Now announce end of hiatus, Pouzza Fest performance

Toronto folk-punk act Serenity Now have just announced that they have ended their hiatus and that they will be launching their return with a performance at Pouzza Fest.

The group’s hiatus began shortly after they penned a deal with the pop-punk label Infested Records and released their debut album Worst Hits in May of 2013. Shortly after the release, their gear was destroyed in a storm-related flooding incident and their drummer and bassist made the decision to depart the band. However, in addition to announcing the end of their hiatus, they have made it known that Bill Morton (Splitfist) will be joining them on drums.

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