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Queen Zee have announced their split

"We are not mourning a loss, we are celebrating our time together."
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Published: 2:47 pm, October 07, 2019 Photos: Patrick Gunning.
Queen Zee have announced their split

Queen Zee have announced "the end of Queen Zee".

The band - who released their self-titled debut earlier this year, via their own label Sasstone Records - don't give a reason, but do explain that "we are not mourning a loss, we are celebrating our time together".

"We are overwhelmingly proud of all Queen Zee has accomplished in our short time," they continue, "and incredibly grateful for the love that has been shown to this project.

"Now it is time to get excited about our futures, as friends and creatives, whatever they may be."

Read their full statement below.

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