The band WILL carry on, though.
Mallory Knox frontman Mikey Chapman has left the band after almost a decade and three albums.
Mallory – who also announced a UK headline tour today – will continue, with bassist Sam Douglas taking over lead vocal duties.
In a statement, they said:
“After nearly 9 years together, today we announce that Mikey has decided to part ways with Mallory Knox. As a band, we respect his decision and wish him well for the future.
2018 marks a brand new chapter for the band and we’re excited to be continuing Mallory Knox with Sam taking the lead on vocals. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes writing & recording new music. We are very keen for you to hear it & you won’t be waiting long.
With this news comes the unveiling of a string of intimate UK headline tour dates. We’re ready to get back out on the road & play some new songs alongside the songs we’ve been playing for years. Head to malloryknox.com for details.
More announcements to follow so watch this space.
Sam, Joe, James & Dave
And the new-look MK looks like this.
The four-piece head out on a UK headline tour in April, where they’ll hit…
16 – BRIGHTON Haunt
17 – CARDIFF Globe
18 – EXETER Cavern
20 – STOKE Sugarmill
22 – GLASGOW King Tut’s
23 – MANCHESTER Rebellion
24 – BIRMINGHAM Mama Roux’s
26 – NOTTINGHAM Bodega
28 – SELBY Pop-Punk Pile-Up Festival
02 – LONDON Camden Rocks Festival