The Whitest Boy Alive Have Split Up

Berlin based outfit call it quits
The Whitest Boy Alive

Formed in 2003 by a group of friends based in Berlin, The Whitest Boy Alive swiftly took on a bizarre life of its own.

Two studio albums followed, with the band - which featured Kings Of Convenience member Erlend Øye - earning much acclaim.

Sadly, The Whitest Boy Alive have now confirmed that their career is at an end. Posting a message on Facebook, the group wrote:

Dear Fans. We are no longer composing or playing together as The Whitest Boy Alive. The Rules we made for ourself became a Golden Cage. Thanks for all the support and love we have received during the years.

Special mention goes out to: Mexico, Roskilde, Hamburg, Munich, Dusseldorf, Colombia, Geoff McFetridge, WMF, Tape, Atilano Gonzales, Jonas Verwijnen, Mathias Powerline, Midnight Magic, Dena, The New Wine, Rubies, Kakkmaddafakka, Cafe Cairo, Trebbi, Brisbane, Belgrade, Paradiso, Sarajevo, Fred Falke, Morgan Geist, Tokyo, Cat5, Moodymann, John Selway, Jenne Grabowski, Nilgün, Jan Simon, Norman Nitzsche, GigMex, K7, Zebralution, Grooveattack, Smalltown Supersound, fuck you Ola Borgström, Sleeping Star, Aksara, KangnMusic, Marie Staritz, Saap, Markus Ellmer, Arnold and Sascha Steinfurt. Erlend, Marcin, Sebastian, Daniel.

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