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September 2019
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Fickle Friends are a person down, with guitarist Chris Hall leaving the band

“Change is never easy."
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Published: 4:30 pm, January 16, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Fickle Friends are a person down, with guitarist Chris Hall leaving the band

Fickle Friends are a band member down, with guitarist Chris Hall leaving the group.

“Change is never easy,” the band explain. “We have had the most amazing 5 years working with Chris, it’s with great sadness that we have decided to part ways. He is a true talent and amazing guy and we wish him all the best with his next project!”

“We unfortunately couldn’t agree on a number of issues that would have resulted in us continuing working together,” Chris adds. “This however does not mean the end of my involvement in music.”

The band have not long released their three-track EP ‘Broken Sleep’, the follow-up to debut full-length 'You Are Someone Else'.

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