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In April the band released a statement via Facebook that they are now on 'indefinite hiatus'. The statement also revealed that both James Rushent and Dan Coop are working on an electronic music project.
When asked if the band had broken up, the band clarified in the comments that the status of the band was "complicated, not as black and white as people may see it. At the show, lead singer James Rushent broke his leg during their last song, although he managed to hobble back on stage for an encore before being rushed to hospital. They were also the opening act for The Prodigy on the last date of their UK club tour.
They were supported by Hounds and Tripwires. In August the band announced a final, one off gig at Well Burn The Sky - Uli Jon Roth* - Tokyo Tapes Revisited - Live In Japan (Box Set, LP, Album) Electric Ballroom in London on 12 December The band shared a transmission via their Facebook on 11 August announcing they will play their final show at the Electric Ballroom on 12 December The band revealed the origins of their name as being from British sitcom The Office.
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