According to their manager Rob Hitt, FOUR YEAR STRONG have been dropped from Universal Motown/Universal Republic, who signed them in 2009 and released their last two albums.
The manager explains:
When the merger between Motown and Republic happened, our album was essentially done. Republic put out the album since it was done and didn’t seem like they had much intention other than that, so we were able to get off the label. Nobody is unhappy about this on our side.