It's an indefinite hiatus...

London indie types Splashh look set to call it quits according to a new statement from the band.

The Anglo-Australian band released debut album 'Comfort' back in 2013, but seemed to struggle to construct a follow up.

2016's proposed second album 'Honey + Salt' was scrapped, replaced by last year's 'Waiting A Lifetime' LP.

Now a short statement explains that Splashh will be taking a - possibly final - break: "It has come to the end of a era for us for now. For the time being we will be taking a possible indefinite hiatus to focus on our own separate projects..."

Planning to unleash a host of demos and other odds 'n' ends, Splashh promise that "it’s not to say one day we won’t make music together again".

Check out the statement below:

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