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26th Oct 2012 12:56pm | By Editor
The Scissor Sisters are to go their separate ways for a while, as they pop group announced last night at their headline show at Camden’s Roundhouse.
“This will be the last time we will play in London for quite some time,” singer and co-frontman Jake Shears told the crowd.
The band later confirmed that they have no plans to work together again in the near future, but co-frontwoman Ana Matronic did offer some condolences for Sisters fans, adding at the end of the show: “Don’t worry, this won’t be the last you have heard of us.”
So they’re gone, for now. But they may be back, at some point.