The first major label album from Socialburn, "Where You Are" (on Elektra Records), was released in February 2003 and spawned two modern-rock radio hits: "Down" and "Everyone", which reached the top 10 and top 20 US charts respectively. The album has gone on to sell over 100,000 copies to date. The band's most recent album (entitled "The Beauty of Letting Go") was released in October 2005 on iRock Records, a subsidiary of Universal. Soon after releasing "The Beauty of Letting Go", Brandon Bittner left the band and Socialburn hired a good friend, Syrus Peters, as a touring drummer in order to help finish out the rest of the tour. Shortly thereafter, the band's record label iRock dissipated and Socialburn was left unrepresented as a result. Without a label, they finished up their tour at Floyd's Music Store in Tallahassee, FL, the place where they originally made a name for themselves. The band then parted ways with their touring drummer and decided to take some time off. They have yet to sign to a new record label and currently have no plans to record a new album. As of November 2007, Socialburn have officially called it quits. It is also announced that the former members were not getting involved in any other projects.