One of Britain`s most talented, and underrated band called it a day earlier today. It didn`t came as a surprise. Rumours had been in the air lately, yet it was still somewhat hard to believe the things written in the statement. After 8 years of hard work, 3 EPs, 4 full-length albums, and countless amount of miles on the road, the journey of Kids In Glass Houses is coming to an end this year.
Along with the break-up, a final tour across the UK was also announced for October. The tour is on sale from today with special bundles available, and it is selling fast. Now is the right time to start saving your pennies if you would like to see the Welsh band one last time.
I`ll just leave these here (then walk away sobbing, obviously), for your listening pleasure, and to probably fall in love with their music while you`ve still got the chance to catch them live during the upcoming months. The problem with underrated bands` breaking up is they hardly ever reunite. :(
Smart Casual (2008)
In Gold Blood (2011)
Dear KIGH, thanks for the good times and see you in October!
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