Saviour To Call It A Day

Saviour (WA)

In news that has sent shock-waves through the Australian punk and hardcore community, rising stars Saviour have announced that they are calling it a day.

The band announced their decision via an official statement distributed by their label UNFD today, in which they confirmed that their upcoming shows at Melbourne’s Push Over and Tasmania’s Breath of Life festivals will be their last ever shows outside of Western Australia. The band has promised to announce some farewell dates in Perth in the near future though. They gave no specific reason for the decision to break-up, instead they used their announcement to thank ex-members and most importantly “all the people that have supported us by coming to shows, buying our shit or just sharing the love!”

The news is particularly surprising given the fact the band had been considered by many to be the biggest breakthrough act to emerge from Australia in 2013. The startling success of their magnificent debut full-length First Light To My Death Bed granted them the opportunity to undertake a relentless touring schedule, which had in turn led to them being labelled one of the nations best live acts.

A band with seemingly limitless potential, Saviour will be greatly missed by many of the crew here at UTG.

You can check out the band’s video for their most recent single “Morning” below.

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