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April 2020
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Beach Baby have decided to call it a day

The band, who released two full-lengths, announced the news via a statement.
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Published: 10:07 am, October 21, 2019
Beach Baby have decided to call it a day

Indie upstarts Beach Baby have decided to call it a day.

The band, who released two full-lengths, announced the news via a statement.

It reads: "After 6 years playing together and nearly 5 years since we released our first single, we're sad to say we've decided to call it a day as a band. From 'Ladybird' through to 'Lovin' Feeling', we'll always be proud of the music we've released and the shows we've played, and we feel truly honoured to have had a small clan of fans who have stuck with us through thick and thin!

"All is well - there have been no 'artistic differences' or egoistic combustions - we still love each other lots - it just feels like the right time, for all of us, to bring the Beach Baby chapter of our lives to a close, at least for now."

Their most recent album, 'Songs from the Limbo Lounge', was released back in August, following up on 2016's debut 'No Mind No Money'.

You can read their statement in full below.

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