The Steels To End After Final Concert Together

Mar 14 2013

British band The Steels have confirmed that they are to finish. The band will play their final concerts this summer, which will include a farewell gig in their home city of Newcastle. However, the band plan to make the most of their final six months with a number of concerts showcasing their new EP 'Luminous'.

"In the year 2000, as a bunch of eager teenagers, we decided it might be fun to start a band. We never dreamt that The Steels would become such a big part of our lives and take us on a journey we will never forget", said the band in a statement.

"Over the years we have played almost 500 events throughout the UK, Europe, and as far as
America and China; we have produced 4 albums, and worked for justice alongside International China Concern. We thank God for every twist and turn and pray our music and message has made a positive impact on people's lives.

It now feels like the right time to step down and we are all excited about starting a new chapter in each of our lives. We would like to thank everyone who has supported and worked with us over the years. There are far too many to mention individually but we would never have come so far without you. Over the next few months we hope to celebrate more than a decade of The Steels by sharing some of our favourite memories with you. We hope these highlights will make you laugh and smile, two things we spent most of our time doing!"

The band will be leading worship for the first time at Spring Harvest, Minehead in April and will perform at the Big Church Day Out in May before finishing with their final show later in the year.

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