Dance Gavin Dance ont publié un communiqué officiel concernant le départ de Jonny Craig, expliquant qu'après sa sortie de désintoxication ils lui ont laissé une chance, qu'il a gâché sur le All-Stars Tour quand le patron de Sumerian Records a dû publiquement le remettre à sa place : c'est à ce moment qu'ils ont compris que leur temps avec Jonny était terminé. C'est à lire dans la suite du post, ceci dit, pas un mot sur Tilian Pearson ou leur nouveau chanteur.
"When Jonny rejoined Dgd, we were about to call it quits. Tired of touring and being away from home for 8 months of the year, we wanted to shake things up. We thought it'd be fun to do a dbm sequel with Jonny and go out on that. We recorded dbm2 and felt it would be a disservice to our fans not to let them hear the new record live. We did a tour and felt rejuvenated but Jonny wasn't in a good place. After trying to convince him into getting help over warped tour, we canceled a headliner in November/December 2011 and told him we wouldn't tour until he sought out real help for his addiction. We got our good friend Matt Geise to fill in for a short run we did earlier this year while Jonny was in rehab. He was released and wanted to be out on the road immediately. We weren't sure how things would go so we only booked a small portion of the all stars tour to see if Jonny could still function as our lead singer. After a week and a half things were not going well. Everything came to a head when Jonny was publicly scolded by the owner of sumerian records for multiple offenses. It was then that we realized that our time with Jonny had reached its end. We wish Jonny the best In his future endeavors but he will no longer be a part of DGD. We however will continue playing and writing music because it's what we love doing."