After being together as a band since 2012, Essex based melodic hardcore/post-hardcore outfit Create To Inspire have regrettably announced that they’ve decided to part ways and put an end to the band.
The band released their debut full-length album ‘Sickness’ last year, which was preceded by their two EPs, 2016’s ‘Home Is Where My Heart Dies’ and 2015’s ‘Halfway Home’.
They confirmed their decision it call it a day through a statement issued via Facebook. You can read it in full below.
“We have thought of many ways and many words to tell you all exactly why this is happening. Exactly why this wonderful, emotional roller coaster of a journey is coming to an end but the only words that made sense were simply; thank you.
Thank you to Loud Noise, Basick Records, Down For Life and every other agent and manager that has loaned their hand in helping us follow our dreams over the past 6 years.
Thank you to all of you for believing in us, for believing in every word we sang, every chord we played and for believing in our message.
For one last time, join us this July with our close friends in Lifetight for what will be our last ever tour as a band.
Sean, Dan, Jack, Luke & Connor.”
As detailed in the above statement, the band will be heading out for one final headline tour of the UK as a farewell to their fans, which will see support from Lifetight throughout.
You can find all dates of the tour listed below.
JULY 24 – LEEDS, The Key Club
JULY 25 – MANCHESTER, Satan’s Hollow
JULY 26 – BIRMINGHAM, The Victoria
JULY 27 – STOKE-ON-TRENT, The Exchange
JULY 28 – CARDIFF, Fuel Club *
JULY 29 – PLYMOUTH, Underground
JULY 30 – SOUTHAMPTON, Joiners
JULY 31 – LONDON, The Black Heart
* = Without support from Lifetight.
Tickets for all dates of the tour are on sale now.
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