This past week has seen a flurry of activity leading fans to wonder whether Paramore is breaking up. After the band suddenly canceled its appearance at the iHeartRadio ALTer EGO concert due to “unforeseen circumstances,” the emo pop-punk staple also wiped its social media pages and its website now leads to a 404 error.

According to sources cited in Variety, however, Paramore is not breaking up. Instead, the band’s online slate-cleaning arrived on the day that Paramore’s 20-year deal with Atlantic Records expired.

Still, it is a bit disconcerting to visit the band’s Instagram and X (formerly known as Twitter) profiles—with 3.5 and 5.3 million followers, respectively—and see zero posts on a page without even a profile picture. The band’s Threads account appears to have been deleted entirely, whereas its Facebook page is the only place to find any archived social media content.

These developments only added further distress after Paramore pulled out of the ALTer EGO concert, set for January 13th at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA. On Thursday the band announced, “Due to unforeseen circumstances, Paramore can no longer attend and perform at iHeartRadio ALTer EGO on January 13. The band apologizes for any inconvenience.” Fall Out Boy was later added as a replacement for the show which will also feature The 1975The Black KeysThirty Seconds To Mars, and more. An unnamed source tells Variety that the iHeart Radio cancelation simply was a scheduling conflict for the band members.

If Paramore was to break up—which sources indicate it is not—this would be a rather inopportune time to do so. The band has come roaring back into style with the cultural resurgence of pop-punk nostalgia fueled by festivals like When We Were Young and Adjacent Music Festival, the reunion of classic Blink-182, and aging millennials. The band also released This Is Why last year, the band’s best-charting album in a decade which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and fetched two Grammy nominations.

Additionally, Paramore is scheduled to hop on the biggest tour in the world this year with three months of dates opening for Taylor Swift‘s The Eras Tour in Europe and the U.K. When rumors of a possible Paramore breakup began, the conspiracy-minded Swifties got to work speculating who would sub in as the new opener. The dedicated fans latched onto a line from a Rolling Stone U.K. profile of Maisie Peters which erroneously stated, “It’s little wonder, then, that she’s been snapped up as support for Swift’s European ‘Eras’ tour next year.” The statement was deleted from the web version but still appeared in print copies.

The rabbit hole-digging eventually grew to the point that it prompted a response from Peters herself, affirming that she is not opening for Taylor Swift.

While we’re talking conspiracy theories, it is worth noting that NFL preseason training camp doesn’t start until mid-July, so Swift’s boyfriend Travis Kelce could open the first couple months before suiting up with the Kansas City Chiefs. But, since Paramore is allegedly not breaking up, the two-time Super Bowl champion can go back on the bench.