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Spring King Announce Split, Cancel 2019 Shows In London And Manchester

Wednesday, 21 November 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Hollie Fernando

Spring King have decided to call it a day.

The Manchester-based band, originally formed by singer and drummer Tarek Musa, took to their social media accounts to announce news of their split.

The message also confirmed the cancellation of shows in London and Manchester next year. "We felt like it would be a disservice to the music and to all of your if our hearts weren't fully in it," they wrote.

The quartet released their second album, 'A Better Life', this summer, following up their 2016 debut, 'Tell Me If You Like To'. Head below to check out their full statement about parting ways.

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