Much to our surprise, Neon Jungle, the UK’s “it” girl group of 2013, has called it splitsville already.  That’s right, the London quartet consisting of Shereen Cutkelvin, Jess Plummer, Asami Zdrenka and Amira McCarthy have officially broken up, this after their debut album, Welcome to the Jungle, hit No. 8 on the Official U.K. Albums Chart just last summer.  (The album was never released in the U.S., though their Trouble EP was and has only sold 1000 copies to date according to Nielsen.)

Here’s the group’s press release:

“After many honest and heartfelt discussions, we have all agreed with a tremendously heavy heart, that it is time for us to continue our journeys individually.  This does not mean for a second we have separated! We will always and forever be in each other’s lives, and ALWAYS be supportive of one another.  Although this is a heart breaking reality for the four of us, it is also extremely exciting, and we would love for all of you guys to also continue our new journeys with us,” the post continues. “4 for the price of 1 aye!?!?”








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