We have some sad news for anyone in their early 40s who was obsessed with ska bands when they were a moody teenager. The group Mighty Mighty Bosstones has broken up – recently, like yesterday, and not a decade ago, which is the impression we probably all got.
According to the Rolling rock, the group made an official announcement on their Facebook page, letting fans know they are no more. “After decades of fraternity, touring the world and making amazing records together, we have decided not to continue as a band,” the Mighty Mighty Bosstones statement said.
“Above all, we would like to express our sincere thanks to each and every one of you who supported us. We could not have done anything without you. ”
According to the group, the group would play at the Slam Dunk festival next June Rolling rock, but it no longer sounds like it’s going to happen. What caused the breakup of a group that has apparently been working together for several decades, there is speculation that it has to do with COVID-19 vaccines.
The “separation comes just days after it was revealed that a song promoting Robert F. Kennedy’s anti-wax rally in Washington, DC, was apparently produced by Bosstones frontman Dicky Barrett – or at least someone of the same name – according to the song’s credits, ”reports the publication.
After all this time together, the group has not released any other details as to why they are apart or why. The group had a temporary break in 2003, according to AV Club. They reunited a few years later and continued to release music – their latest in May 2020.