Groove Armada to Retire After U.K. Tour
Electronic dance music duo Groove Armada are planning to retire from live performances after their upcoming U.K. tour. Tom Findlay and Andy Cato formed the acclaimed act in the mid-1990s and they became a popular European festival draw - but the pair is quitting life on the road following their trek next month.
A statement from the duo reads, "We've crossed and re-crossed the world with this band and crew. There's no other team like it. With their help, GA live became the sound of legendary nights from Mount Fuji to Moscow.
"It's not often in the spotlight maybe; but ask the people who have come and filled the tents and surrounded the stages for the last decade. A massive thanks to all of them, for staying with us." The duo's farewell tour kicks off in Leeds, England on October 7.
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