Johnny Truant announce split

Brighton rockers decide to call it a day

Johnny Truant have announced they are splitting up.

In a statement released today (October 31), the band said they would be calling it a day after their next set of live dates.

Johnny Truant has officially broken up. We have had many amazing years and made many great friends along the way,” they explained. “Thank you to everyone that has supported us and shared so many fantastic times with us, it’s been a hell of a ride and one that we are very proud of.

“Our final shows will be in the UK in December. Come along and let’s make them the biggest party we can.”

The band’s farewell tour will take in the following dates:

Leeds Cockpit (December 1)

Norwich Queen Charlotte (3)

York Fibbers (4)

Prestatyn Pontins (5)

Oxford Zodiac (6)

Reading Face Bar (7)

Sheffield Corporation (8)

Stoke Sugarmill (9)

Milton Keynes The Pitz (10)

Glasgow King Tuts (11)

Nottingham Rock City (13)

Peterborough The Park (14)

Southampton The Joiners (15)

London Water Rats (16)

Brighton The Engine Rooms (17)

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Johnny Truant‘s fourth album ‘No Tears For The Creatures’ was released earlier this year.