Jason Poe, vocalist and key songwriter for Austin, TX. rock band Jets Under Fire, posted the following statement concerning the band’s hiatus:
If you’ve been paying any attention to Jets Under Fire lately, you’ve probably noticed that there hasn’t been much going on. Honestly, that’s because there hasn’t been much going on with the band, but there has been a lot going on with the individuals involved.
Corbin has been playing with Stephen Miller, another local Austin musician, and has had the opportunity to travel across the southwest performing for the last few months, and will continue playing with Stephen.
Todd has been putting a lot of effort into his post-rock outfit called Apodiform. He’s currently recording some material that should be released in the near future.
I (Jason) have been presented with some great opportunities as a solo artist and songwriter, so I am in the process of recording a new EP which should be released by SXSW. You can keep up with me at jasonpoemusic.com.
Because we have all had great outside opportunities, we have decided to put Jets Under Fire on an indefinite hiatus. We may still record some material in the future, but are unsure of when this will happen, or if it will actually happen. Unfortunately, this means no EP4.
All of the members are all still great friends, so this is not a bitter end, but just a time to move on into other things.
Thank you so much for your support over the last few years! It really has been great a time for us, and we hope you have enjoyed the music we’ve made!
– Jason Poe