Canadian rock band the Fully Down have decided to break up at the end of this summer. The band, whose most recent output was 2005’s Fearless Records released Don’t Get Lost In A Movement, posted the announcement on their MySpace blog, in part reading:
"As some of you may have heard, we’ve decided to call it a day. It was not an easy decision for any of us, but it got to the point where people began to become interested in other things, and we couldn’t put enough into the band anymore. As people began to leave to pursue other projects, it became harder and harder to find replacements and still believe that we were the same band. In no way is there any bad blood between any us, and I’m sure some of will work together again on some new musical endeavors."
The band will play their final show on August 23 at Zaphod Beeblebrox in Ottawa, ON, Canada.