After nearly a decade, UK indie rockers Klaxons have announced via their Twitter account that they’re calling it quits. To say a final goodbye to their fans, their current headlining tour will be their last. The band is currently in the United Kingdom, with shows set in Brighton, Bristol, Birmingham, Nottingham, London (at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire). After England, Klaxons will head to dates in France, Germany, The Netherlands, Hungary, Austria, Russia, and Tokyo. The only North American dates on the tour so far are in Mexico, with shows in Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey, but with so many fans wanting to say goodbye to their favorite band, U.S. and Canadian dates could be added to the end. It is unclear if the band is over completely—they could still release albums and remixes—but this is the culmination of all live shows. Scoop up tickets while you can!

Formed in 2005 in London, Klaxons released their debut album, Myths of the Near Future, in 2007—it won the Mercury Prize that year, as well. Over the span of their career, they’ve collaborated with indie favorites like LCD Soundsystem and the Chemical Brothers. Their latest album, Love Frequency, was released in June 2014.

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Klaxons Video for “Show Me A Miracle”

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