Romance Bloody Romance, a collection of You're a Woman remixes, appeared in October 2005 before Keeler and Grainger
officially announced their disbandment the following August, as the two had apparently grown apart over the recent years. Keeler went on to work with producer Al-P in MSTRKRFT
, while Grainger
launched a solo career under the moniker Sebastien Grainger & the Mountains
. In late 2010, the duo reconnected on a personal level, then in February 2011 they officially announced that they had re-formed the band. After a comeback set on the main stage at 2011's Coachella Festival, the duo began playing regular shows over the next few years.
The summer of 2014 saw them release their first single in nine years, "Trainwreck 1979," quickly followed in the autumn by their second album, The Physical World, which was produced by Dave Sardy and reached the Top 40 of the album charts. Keeping to a quicker work schedule, the band returned in 2017 with a shortened name, Death from Above; a U.S. tour that included a stop at Riot Fest; and a new single, "Freeze Me." A couple months later, their stripped-down and back-to-basics third album, Outrage! Is Now, was released by Last Gang
and Warner Bros. Records
. ~ Johnny Loftus, Rovi