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Ska-punk act We Are The Union has announced that they are ending their time together for the moment and are entering a state of hiatus. The band writes on Facebook:
“We’ve decided to take a hiatus from active status. This does indeed mean we will not be playing Block Party in New Orleans. Usually this type of announcement would be accompanied by a longwinded rant about how unique our struggle was, how every ending is a new beginning, or something else equally stupid and bullshitty.
We were a band. Maybe someday we will be again. We’ve had some amazing times, and we truly appreciate those of you who’ve contributed to our existence. We’ve never been a supercool hype band or uberpunx beardy band, so we thank each and every one of you who listened to our music over the years. It means a lot to us.”
The remainder of the full statement can be read below.
If you haven’t yet, you can still grab our latest record, You Can’t Hide The Sun, over at www.paperandplastick.com. The vinyl is now in, and all three colors look fantastic!
For anyone who’s interested in what we’re all going to be up to in the near future, Reed is writing for a solo project and going to school full time, Brandon is working on a new project with ex-WATU member Noah Fenton and teaching bass lessons at Axis Music Academy, Jim is playing drums in Counterpunch (http://facebook.com/counterpunchrok), and Ricky is playing bass in The Hit Society (http://www.facebook.com/hitsociety).
I’m going to get a sandwich.