Wolverhampton's Pluviam drop single and debut EP before splitting

Wolverhampton's Pluviam have released a new single and their debut EP - but called time on their career for now.

Wolverhampton band Pluviam   Photo: @pluviamband on Facebook
Wolverhampton band Pluviam Photo: @pluviamband on Facebook

The track Minimalism and EP The Rain were released on November 8 and follows on from their debut track Searching this summer.

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They are available to hear on their Spotify and Soundcloud pages.

Pluviam were formed in February 2018 by vocalist James Riley and drummer Mike Tabone, which led them to discover their signature sound that mixes metal with indie rock and modern experimental music. It wasn’t long before the duo became a band, when they were joined by guitarist Tom Boddison and bassist Calvert Stevens.

But they have decided to call time on the project for now after these releases after Boddison and Stevens left - forcing them to cancel an upcoming tour in the process including a show at Birmingham's Castle & Falcon on November 28.

In a series of Facebook posts they said they were working on "different projects we’ve got going on" for the forseeable future: "It brings us great sadness to announce that, due to many different reasons we will be cancelling the tour and we are splitting up for the foreseeable future. We’ve done so much and achieved so much together and we’d like to thank every single one of you who’s supported us to this point.

"Although the foreseeable future is unclear for us after the departure of Calv and Tom, Pluviam will be carrying on in some way, shape or form so watch this space!"

Pluviam can be found on Facebook where they will post any news on future comebacks.

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