British quartet Black Peaks have regrettably announced that they have decided to break up and bring the band to a close.
The band shared the news in a statement published via their social channels, citing that they “have reached a point where we don’t feel we can continue in a way that is healthy for us.”
You can read the full statement below.
“The time has come to bring Black Peaks to its close. Over the past 4 years, we have dealt with some incredibly hard and demanding situations which we have done our absolute best to work through. Unfortunately, we have reached a point where we don’t feel we can continue in a way that is healthy for us.
To you, our fans, friends, and family. Thank you for being the greatest support network we could’ve ever hoped for. We have achieved things that we never thought would be possible when we began this journey. So, for supporting our vision, we owe you our utmost gratitude.
A special thank you to our team, who we believe to be some of the best in business. It has been our pleasure to learn from and grow with these wonderful humans over the last 10 years and we couldn’t have done it without them.
All our love,
Joe, Liam, Will & Dave.”
Black Peaks formed back in 2012, initially under the name Shrine, before changing their name shortly after the release of their debut EP ‘Closer To The Sun’ in 2014.
They went on to release two full-length albums, ‘Statues’ in 2016 and ‘All That Divides’ in 2018, and more recently performed a live stream which was later released as a live album, ‘Live At The Brighton Centre’, earlier this year.