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With Confidence Part Ways With Guitarist Luke Rockets

Monday, 13 November 2017 Written by Huw Baines

With Confidence have parted ways with Luke Rockets.

The move follows allegations of sexual misconduct against the guitarist. “This sort of abuse of power has been all too prevalent in today’s industry,” his bandmates wrote in a statement. “It is in these circumstances that people need to be completely stripped of that power and held accountable for their actions.”

The band have been on the road in the US with Knuckle Puck, who have confirmed that With Confidence will not appear at their remaining dates. “We support those affected by recent allegations,” they said.

 





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