The Fall of Troy to Take Time Off Until Spring; Band Update

by | Dec 10, 2009

Aside from playing a couple holiday shows that are currently in the works, The Fall of Troy will be taking time off until spring 2010. The band recently checked in with the following update:

“We’re back home in our respective places. Trying to collect ourselves after a kinda tough 2 months for us, im sure everyone can relate, the economy has largely effected the music industy, especially in the indie-world.

We are working on putting together a couple shows for the New Year’s festivities in Seattle. We hope to have a lot of success with the next couple shows as we will not be playing for sometime after. We’re also working on a tour in the spring with an AWESOME, soon to be announced line-up (trust us, it’s gonna be a very exciting tour).

That’s pretty much it for now, laying low and planning our next moves. Keep ur eyes peeled for news on the upcoming shows. Get hyped!”

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