Lower Than Atlantis announce plans to split

Despite returning last year to release their heavily-praised fifth studio album 'Safe In Sound', Lower Than Atlantis have now announced their plans to "take a break" and have shared the details of three farewell shows.

In a statement issued by the band, they give no direct reason for the breakup but feel that after 11 years that now is the time to say goodbye. They go on to thank the fans for their continued support and unveil three final live shows, set to take place next May in Manchester, Birmingham and London.

Check out the full statement from the band as well as their final tour dates below.

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