The band remains with FWC to this day. Even with a brief two-year hiatus, which resulted in a five-year gap between 1998’s Let’s Talk About Feelings and 2003’s Blaze, Lagwagon still maintains a rabidly loyal fan base.
The band’s last studio release was 2008’s I Think My Older Brother Used to Listen to Lagwagon, an EP that served as its farewell to founding bassist Jesse Buglione; his replacement is Rich Kids on LSD’s Joe Raposo. Last November, FWC reissued expanded versions of Lagwagon’s first five albums, available individually or bundled together as Putting Music In Its Place, a box set that also includes a rarities disc and a live DVD. This current tour has reignited hope that the Punk pioneers are ready to write a new chapter after an incredible 22-year run.
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