Having released their debut full-length album ‘Year Of The Jackal’ earlier this year, Reading alternative rockers Attention Thieves have regrettably announced that they’ve decided to part ways and call it a day, along with a final farewell show in their hometown in February. You can find the band’s full statement regarding their decision along with further information on their final date below:
“It is with great sadness that we, as a band, have decided to call it a day. It’s a tough and somewhat painful decision, but ultimately the right one at this time.
We would just like to say thank you to everyone who’s helped us along the way, been a part of the team, recorded us, produced us, or booked us for a show! Special mention must got to Stevie D & Barley, who really made a lot of what we’ve done possible.
We also would like to say a huge thank you to all the family, friends and fans who’ve supported us along the way! We really do appreciate it more than most of you will ever know!
So with all that in mind, we’ve decide to put on a show and party Attention Thieves style one last time!!
This is the last AT party and its gonna be wild, so don’t miss out!!”
FEBRUARY 12 – READING, Sub89
Support for the show will come from Max Raptor, with a further support act yet to be announced.
Tickets for the show are on sale now, priced at £7.70 each, and can be purchased online from www.seetickets.com.
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