Subsequent years saw no activity in the Worriedaboutsatan camp as the two producers focused on side projects, until they suddenly returned in 2014 with a new single “I’m Not/The Next Round,” released through their own imprint, This Is It Forever
. In 2015, they released their second full-length, Even Temper. The return was welcomed by critics and fans alike, with many noting the record's eclectic mix of ethereal strings and acid house basslines. The band also began to change and fully develop their live performances, with all guitar-oriented duties given to Miller while Ragsdale took control of all digital and electronic elements of their sound. The number of their live shows increased, with the pair ultimately touring and performing alongside acts such as Yndi Halda
, and Maybeshewill.
Their workflow burgeoned, and 2016 saw the release of Blank Tape, which found the duo incorporating both organic and electronic elements in equal measure. The record featured guest performances from Bristol-based electronic outfit Face + Heel and Vincent Cavanagh of the band Anathema
. ~ Rob Wacey, Rovi