The Streets play their final ever gig at The Big Reunion

Band bring the curtain down on their 10-year career with a farewell drink

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The Streets invited fans onstage for a farewell drink last night (November 26) after closing the curtain on their 10 year-career.

Mike Skinner and his band performed the band's final ever gig at The Big Reunion in Skegness.

On a night that also saw the singer celebrate his 32nd birthday which is officially today (November 27), Skinner toasted a successful career that began with 2002's 'Original Pirate Material' and wrapped up with this year's 'Computers And Blues', reports Spinner.

The band released five albums throughout their 10-year career.

The Streets recently played their final London show at the Freeze Festival in Battersea Power Station over the weekend of October 28-29.

Skinner recently formed a new musical project with former The Music frontman Robert Harvey.

The pair joined forces to form new act The Dot. They have already posted up a series of tracks on their official website Thedot.net, with Harvey taking up the lead vocals on the majority of the songs.

The Music recently brought the curtain down on their own 10-year career with a trio of UK shows.

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