Sherwood hint at break-up
2010-08-05 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 12 Comments

Sherwood frontman Nate Henry has hinted that the band's forthcoming tour will probably be their last.

Henry posted on Twitter: "The future of the music business is up for grabs and unfortunately so is Sherwood's future. I highly suggest coming to see this next tour."

Henry deleted the tweet soon afterwards.

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Band Page: Sherwood

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thediamondcanopy
August 5th 2010

510 Comments


Uh oh, drama. No real loss though, their music never felt genuine.

Ire
August 5th 2010

41753 Comments


Myspace Tom is heartbroken

8bit
August 5th 2010

3315 Comments


Good.

TheStarclassicTreatment
August 5th 2010

2910 Comments


Myspace Tom is heartbroken


hahaha this.

ebay
August 5th 2010

501 Comments


their last album was a disappointment, but i would hate to see them break up.

makiboypunk
August 5th 2010

10 Comments


i'll miss this guys. T_T

Eko
August 5th 2010

2119 Comments


Noooooo their last album was awesome... I'll need to go to that tour then

Iamthe Nightstars
August 6th 2010

2219 Comments


I hope this means the members will make some more I'll Beat You Up songs.

MutnikSpusic
August 6th 2010

560 Comments


Who is myspace Tom?

wewillbelegends
August 6th 2010

122 Comments


agreed with the first 3 comments.

tinathefatlard
August 6th 2010

1597 Comments


Is it either a yes or a no, stop this in-between crap.

Forevermore
February 29th 2012

128 Comments


It's a yes!



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