Out Of Sight announce hiatus

London quartet say they have 'taken this band as far as we can'

Out Of Sight are to go on hiatus.

The south London quartet, who released their debut album ‘Where Do We Go From Here’ last July, said that they felt they had exhausted the potential of the band.

“We feel we have taken this band as far as we can take it,” they said.

They expanded on the reasons for the hiatus, adding: “We are all in different places at the moment. Writing and playing in a band together is just not possible right now. We all need to try something different and have the freedom to explore.”

Out Of Sight toured extensively in 2010, playing a celebrated set at Slam Dunk Festival. They also supported pop-punkers New Found Glory.

Despite announcing the break, the band have not ruled out reuniting. “We’re not saying that we will never play music together again,” they said, “but we are saying that we have no plans to and simply don’t know when that might happen again.”

See the band’s Facebook page, Facebook.com/outofsightband, for more information.