Hundred Reasons announce split and farewell gigs
Story by Jack Foley
HUNDRED Reasons have decided to call it a day.
The five piece band announced they are to split later this year.
Formed in 1999, the band released four studio albums over the last 10 years but it was their debut that proved their most successful, reaching number six in 2002.
Their biggest hits included Silver and If I Could.
Prior to parting company, however, the group will perform their 2002 debut album Ideas Above Our Station in full for their last ever gigs in November, when they will be supported by Hell Is For Heroes, who have also reformed for the occasions.
The gigs will take place at the Manchester Academy 2 on November 23 and London’s HMV Forum on November 24.
Announcing their decision via Facebook, Hundred Reasons said: “Dream line-up – bands we love, people we love. Been a while in the planning, this, but we’re seriously bloody excited about it.
“This is the final outing for everyone involved, so we hope you’ll join us for a properly good send-off.”
Alternative rock band Cable will also perform at the gigs, with tickets going on sale tomorrow (Wednesday, June 27) at 9am.