Water's Edge Calling It Quits, Announces Final Show
After releasing the "An Abstract Collapse" album last year, instrumental act Water's Edge has posted the following announcement online about calling it quits:
"On March 30th, we will be performing our last show with Ever Forthright in Providence, as we have decided to end Water's Edge.
"This decision was well thought-over for a long time and has been reached for a variety of reasons, but every member of the band is on good terms with each other and with everyone we have worked with.
"At this time we would like to thank Alex Campbell, Julian Rodriguez, Austin Isaac Peters and AIP Art, and anyone else who has assisted us in furthering our band's work and specifically our latest album which helped gain us the popularity we had. More importantly, we would like to thank every person who downloaded our albums, listened to a song, shared or liked a post, came to a show, or anybody who was a fan of our music.
"The support we did receive meant the world to us, and we extend our sincere appreciation. We will be keeping the Facebook page up and active to promote new projects regarding individual members, so trust us, you will hear new music from any of us in the future. Water's Edge music is also not going anywhere and will still be available for downloading as usual for everyone to enjoy. Again, thank you to everyone who has supported us.
"Please support us one last time and come out to the show on March 30th in Providence with Ever Forthright if you are in the area. Let's go out with a great show. This was our first serious band for all of us, so thank you to anyone who made it worth our time. We hope we made it worth yours, and you will certainly be hearing new things from us in the future."
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