“This wasn’t the easiest decision for us, but we all felt like it” A Rocket To The Moon breaking upMay 9, 2013
A Rocket To The Moon have announced that they will break up following their tour with the Maine will be their last. Read the band's full post, below:
“YOU NEED TO GET LOST BEFORE YOU GET FOUND.
Five years ago we played our first show with our best friends The Maine in Tempe Arizona. We were just a bunch of kids setting out to follow our dreams, see the world and make our parents proud. We are so grateful to be sharing the stage with them again this summer.
It is with the heaviest of hearts that we've decided this will be our final US tour.
We couldn't have asked for a better way to end this chapter than with our friends that were there from the start. Since 2008 a lot has changed. We have grown as a band and also as individuals. We are band mates, best friends, business partners and most importantly, we are brothers. This band has been our family for the last 5 years. We shared everything with each other and experienced the world together.
The bond that we've created is irreplaceable. This wasn't the easiest decision for us, but we all felt like it was the right one and the right time. You guys, our fans, have supported us through everything. The good times and the bad. We owe you the world and words simply cannot begin to describe the amount of gratitude and love we have for each and every one of you.
We ask that you come see us this summer, share some stories, laugh,sing and cry with us. For every ticket stub you've collected, record you purchased or T-shirt you picked up at a show, just know it has not gone unnoticed. We hope our music has been able to help you see the light in the darkest of times and has left a lasting impression in your hearts as you have done in ours. We love you with all of our hearts.
Thank you for staying on our side. Lets go out the way we came in, surrounded by loved ones and friends, doing what we love. Here's to the future. Stay Wild & Free.
-Nick, Andrew, Eric and Justin.
A Rocket To The Moon”