Irish math-rock group Adebisi Shank break up
Irish math-rockers Adebisi Shank are calling it a day. In a Facebook post this morning, the band said, a bit dramatically (in all caps), “THIS IS THE END OF A BAND CALLED ADEBISI SHANK.”
“From the three of us to all of you, thank you for coming with us on this crazy journey,” the post continues. “To any kids starting bands we offer one piece of advice – play music you love, with people you love, for the people you love.”
The band also goes on to say that they will continue making music separately, in All Tvvins, VMC Sound and Speed of Snakes, and have two more shows scheduled for Thursday and Friday at Whelan’s in Dublin, and have one final overseas commitment that they intend to fulfill. Read the full post here.
Adebisi Shank’s most recent album is This is the Third Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank.
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