In case you missed it yesterday, Irish band Little Green Cars have decided to call it a day.
Little Green Cars, made up of Stevie Appleby, Faye O'Rourke, Adam O'Regan, Dylan Lynch, and Donagh Seaver O'Leary announced on their Twitter account yesterday that they have broken up.
In the statement, the band said "There is no love lost between us in our decision to disband - there has been no terrible calamity, no heartless betrayal and no punches thrown. [...] From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you. [...] You haven't heard the last of Alan, Donagh, Dylan, Faye, and Stevie. We each have exciting hew projects on the horizon that we can't wait to share with you."
“From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you" pic.twitter.com/mkwEF9hOg3
— Little Green Cars (@Littlegreencars) March 21, 2019
Forming in 2008, when they were just 16, Little Green Cars went on to become one of Ireland's most popular bands in recent years. They released two albums in their time together, 2013's debut 'Absolute Zero' and their follow-up a year later, 'Ephemera'; and have performed in many venues all over Ireland including Iveagh Gardens, Vicar Street, and the 3Arena over the past 11 years.
Taking to last night's 'Other Voices' for their final time together, the band performed four of their hits from St. Michael's Church in Ballina, which was recorded last September.
Here is their performance of 'The John Wayne' for you.