Sneaker Pimps have split from their record label ONE LITTLE INDIAN.
In a statement released today (August 8), the band said they would like “to thank everyone at Clean Up/One Little Indian for their hard work and…agreeing to an amicable departure”.
One Little Indian released both of the band’s studio albums ‘Becoming X’ and ‘Splinter’ – the latter recorded after the departure of singer Kelli Dayton.
It is unclear who the band plan to sign to now, but they may release material own their own label, Splinter Recordings – home to other artists Trash Money, The Servant and Robots In Disguise.
Sneaker Pimps are currently in the studio working on new material, with a release anticipated next year.