Despite all of the festive cheers and celebrations, British alternative rock favourites Zoax have regrettably announced that, following almost a full year of nearly complete silence and no live performances, they have decided to part ways and call it a day.
The band made the announcement a few days ago via their Facebook profile, stating that all of the members are “all just currently in positions of wanting to move on to new things in our lives.”
You can read the full statement outlining their decision to split below.
It’s been just over a year since we played our last show and after a lot of soul searching we have decided to officially call it a day.
We want to thank everyone who has been involved in this band’s journey, members, management, tour friends and most importantly anyone who came to a show, bought a shirt or gave us 5 minutes of their time to listen to one of our songs.
This was an incredibly heartbreaking decision for us to make, but we are all just currently in positions of wanting to move on to new things in our lives.
We hope our records, and show memories stay with you forever.
We love you all.
Goodbye, and thanks for all the boogies.
P.S. Merry Christmas you filthy animal x”
Zoax formed back in 2013 from the ashes of several other bands, including Rise To Remain, To Catch A Thief, Burn Down Rome, and Time Is A Thief.
In their time as a band, they released two EPs titled ‘XIII’ and ‘Is Everybody Listening?’ in 2014 and 2015 respectively. They then followed this up with their debut self-titled record last year.
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