Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Little Man Tate split

Sheffield rockers Little Man Tate have announced that they will go their seperate ways after a goodbye gig in their hometown's O2 Academy.

The band who had hits such as 'Houseparty At Boothy's' and 'Man I Hate Your Band' were dropped by their record label, V2, in November 2007 and despite releasing their second album, 'Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy', themselves through Skint Records the band have decided to call it a day.

A statement on their website said: "Without dragging this on too much, it's something that we have sat down and discussed at length for a while now and we have decided that after a good innings, we've achieved what we set out to do and it's time we moved on to other things."

Little Man Tate will play their final gig Sheffield O2 Academy on Saturday October 3, tickets will be priced at £15 and go on sale on July 14.

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