Late 00s pop rock icons Never Shout Never have confirmed their impending breakup. The band’s enduring frontman Christopher Drew has taken to Twitter to confirm that after the band wraps up their most current tour, they’ll be parting ways for good.

“After the shows in Brazil & Mexico next month NSN will be done. Thank you all. It was truly a magical journey that me and everyone involved will never forget,” said Drew on Twitter.

Rumours began to swell after Christopher Drew took to Twitter on Christmas Eve, saying, “NEVERSHOUTNEVER RIP”

Drew has reflected on the band’s journey, saying, “Getting to grow with you all was such a blessing. As one chapter closes another begins.”

The band’s last show will be on February 2nd in Mexico, marking just over 11 years as a band. During their time, Never Shout Never became total scene staples, performing multiple times at Warped Tour, releasing 6 full-length albums and 6 EPs.

Never Shout Never last toured Australia in December 2017, where they celebrated their vast back catalogue with a “Throwback Tour”.

Fans have begun sharing their favourite memories of the band, reflecting on their influence and legacy.

Watch: Never Shout Never’s ‘Can’t Stand It’

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