BUMMER: Fireworks To Go On Hiatus Following Upcoming Tour

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Today may be the saddest day in UTG history. After eight years together, Fireworks have announced plans to go on hiatus following their upcoming tour.

Announced today via Twitter, Fireworks thanked fans for all their support before breaking news of their plans to take some time away from the spotlight. “After these upcoming gigs are ripped,” they wrote, “we will be taking a break for awhile to give the other side of life a try.” You can read the note in full at the end of this post.

Fireworks later comment that they do not know how long ‘awhile’ will be, but they are not ruling out the idea of returning at some point in the future. I, for one, certainly hope that is true.

You can catch Fireworks live stateside, as well as in the UK, between now and the end of August. If you miss them you never know when, or even if you will have the chance again. Don’t miss out.


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