Texas-based quintet The New Frontiers (formerly known as Stellamaris) has decided to call it quits. The break-up was announced Sunday via the band's MySpace page.
"It's been a priceless experience, writing music together and sharing it
with all of you in our travels across America, but the time has come
for us to move on to other things," the band wrote. Most of the paragraph-long message was an extension of gratitude to those who've fed, housed and supported the band during its four-year career. The indie rockers have disbanded just eight months after the release of their first full-length album, Mending.
So far, there isn't any information about plans for the future, but fans may be consoled by one last opportunity to see them in concert—all other dates are canceled, but the band will play Nov. 1 in its Dallas hometown with Mae and Homer Hiccolm and the Rocket Boys. Click here to find out more about the final live performance.
The New Frontiers on MySpace
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