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mewithoutYou have announced plans to split

Next year will be their last as an active band.
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Published: 9:58 am, October 21, 2019
mewithoutYou have announced plans to split

mewithoutYou have announced plans to split.

They're not gonna call it a day immediately, though. Instead, they've revealed 2020 will be their last active year as a band.

A statement explains:

"To whom it may concern. We have decided on next year as our last as an active band. We nevertheless have many active plans in the interim, the details of which are forthoming."

To date, mewithoutYou have released seven full-lengths, most recently 2018's '[Untitled]'. They'll kick off their final year in support of Thrice on a massive US tour, which kicks off in late January in San Francisco and runs right through February.

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