Bridgework performed numerous shows throughout the Los Angeles area, and released the self recorded/produced EP "World Disappears" in February 2008. Due to Jack's traveling work schedule, the majority of Bridgework's 2008 shows were played as a 3 piece, and by 2009 the band quietly dissolved with both Erik and Scott separately moving out of state.
John Renaud continued to perform solo acoustic sets throughout 2009 and 2010, releasing a solo EP during this time, and doing some light touring. In November of 2012 he released "Every Now And Then", a full length Bridgework album which he recorded and produced on his own. The album received some favorable online reviews and was later recognized as "DIY Album of the Year" by the Los Angeles Music Awards in 2014.
During the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, John decided to resurrect the World Disappears EP by working with producer J Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines) to remix the songs, then having them professionally mastered by Sun Room Audio.
John intends to release future material both as a solo artist and under the Bridgework name.