New Medicine Announce Immediate Break Up, Cancel Remaining Shows

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After six years and two successful studio albums, New Medicine have announced plans to disband, effective immediately. All upcoming shows have been cancelled and, from what we can tell, there seems to be almost no chance they will ever be rescheduled.

If you’re reading this now and feeling a little confused, we can’t blame you. New Medicine has been relatively quiet on the public front for a bit, but we had no idea the band would call it quits in such an immediate manner. The news was shared with fans earlier today, April 27, via a message posted to the group’s official Facebook. It reads:

Hey everybody,

Some of you have been asking about the band lately as there has been little news. It’s hard to have to say this but, unfortunately we are not going to be able to play the remaining shows this spring/summer at Rock on the Range and Rock Fest in Cadott WI. The band and I are all pursuing other things as of now and have decided to close this chapter of New Medicine. We made 2 great records that we could not be more proud of. We have had the most incredible experiences and our music has taken us places we could have never imagined. As of now we are taking an indefinite hiatus from the band. We all remain friends and there is no huge drama break up, just moving on. Thank you to anyone who ever came to a show, bought a song or record, wore a New Meds shirt proudly, and for those who our music helped. We are forever grateful for all of our fans support over the years, you guys brought our music to life. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.
Signing off for now,

New Meds Mthr Fckr!

-Jake

New Medicine

No word yet on what the various members of New Medicine will do moving forward, but we will post more information as soon as those details are made available to the public.

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