This is not the end of MK though.
In a statement released on social media, lead singer for Mallory Knox, Mikey Chapman will be leaving the band after nine years and three albums.
MK will still be going ahead on their current tour though with bassist Sam Douglas taking on lead vocal duties.
Their statement reads: –
After nearly 9 years together, today we announce that Mikey has decided to part ways with Mallory Knox. As a band we respect his decision and wish him well for the future.
2018 marks a brand new chapter for the band and we’re excited to be continuing Mallory Knox with Sam taking the lead on vocals. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes writing and recording new music. We are very keen for you to hear it and you won’t be waiting long.
With this news comes the unveiling of a string of intimate UK headline tour dates. We’re ready to get back out on the road & play some new songs alongside the songs we’ve been playing for years. Head to malloryknox.com for details.
More announcements to follow so watch this space.
Sam, Joe, James & Dave
The now four-piece will be heading out on tour in April playing the following:
April 16 – The Haunt, Bristol
April 17 – The Globe, Cardiff
April 18 – Cavern, Exeter
April 20 – Sugarmill, Stoke-on-trent
April 22 – King Tut’s, Glasgow
April 23 – Rebllion, Manchester
April 24 – Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
April 26 – Bodega, Nottingham
April 28 – Pop Punk Pile-Up, Selby
June 02 – Camden Rocks, London