After the release of Hold on Too Tight, the band nearly broke up, with Cox moving and playing with Generationals for a bit. Maria Albani (Organos) came on board to play bass, and encouraged the remaining members to get back together. The band began recording, and in 2010 released Duck Kee Sessions, recorded by NC institution Jerry Kee. The band toured again, playing festivals from SXSW to Northside Festival in Brooklyn.
In 2011 Kathryn and Alphin left the band, and Chris Badger (Hotel Lights) joined in on keys while Joshua Carpenter (Floating Action) added drums to new recordings. This resulted in "Neighborhood Veins," released in late 2013. The band has been touring and recording upcoming releases with Johnson, Carpenter, Albani, Nick Jaeger (Wild Fur), and Patrick O'Neil (The Wyrms, Some Army), and will release a yet to be named full length in 2019.