Brent Knopf of the experiemental-pop outfit Menomena has reportedly left the band to focus on his own group, Ramona Falls. The news came via Menomena's website and hits the band about to embark on a slew of tour dates.
As their website states, "After 10 years of fruitful collaboration, Brent Knopf has decided to part ways with Menomena to focus on Ramona Falls and other creative pursuits. We want to thank Brent for his vast contributions over the years and wish him nothing but happiness in all of his future endeavors. All three of us look forward to seeing you soon!"
Knopf will be replaced by Paul Acott for the band's upcoming tour dates.
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