Supergrass Break Up, Citing “Musical Differences”

    Supergrass, one of the more popular bands to emerge from the U.K. in the ’90s, has officially announced their breakup. The band has released six albums, beginning with the massively successful debut I Should Coco in 1995, and most recently, 2008’s Diamond Hoo Ha. The split has been credited to creative differences, as the band said in a statement: “Thanks to everyone who has supported us over the years. We still love each other but, cliché notwithstanding, musical differences have led to us moving on.” 


    The band had already announced a significant delay to the release of their seventh album, Release the Drones, and it remains to be seen if the album will be released. Farewell dates have been planned in select U.K. cities before a final show in Paris on June 11.


    Farewell, Supergrass: