On Saturday night, after more than a year away, Dopapod returned to the stage at The Capitol Theatre for a celebratory headlining performance. The show marked the band’s first performance together since New Year’s Eve 2017-2018, and fans from all over converged on the historic theater to watch guitarist Rob Compa, keyboardist Eli Winderman, bassist Chuck Jones, and drummer Neal “Fro” Evans link back up after their 2018 sabbatical.Dopapod Returns From Sabbatical With Celebratory Blowout At The Capitol Theatre [Photos]On Wednesday, with no scheduled dates on their touring calendar, the band has added three upcoming festival appearances, including Disc Jam Music Festival, The Peach Music Festival, and The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival.Dopapod Releases New Single “Test Of Time”, Shares Studio Video [Watch]The quartet also recently announced their forthcoming studio effort, Emit Time, due out on Friday, May 24th. Recorded during recent sessions in Philadelphia and Denver, Emit Time marks the follow-up to the band’s 2017 Megagem release. The writing process for Emit Time differed from Dopapod’s past efforts because each member brought songs into the sessions they had individually worked on during the hiatus, creating a more collaborative writing environment. In addition, lyrics were a group effort for the first time.Head to Dopapod’s website for ticketing and more information.