Go Radio Comes to an End

2013-10-07 by Jacob Snow | 21 Comments
The pop punk band Go Radio, which featured the former Mayday Parade vocalist Jason Lancaster, decided to call it quits today. It was Jason's decision to end the band so that he could spend more time with his family. The band released a statement via facebook, explaining the breakup in further detail.

https://www.facebook.com/goradio/posts/10151971530491803

Tagged: Go Radio

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Cormano
October 7th 2013
1124 Comments


rip in peace

OnlinePredator
October 7th 2013
8 Comments


http://i.imgur.com/IVNX8WH.png

pjquinones747
October 7th 2013
1513 Comments


Mayday Parade is way better anyways

joshieboy12345
October 7th 2013
5393 Comments


I wouldn't say way better. Go Radio's 2 LP's were really good.

henryChinaski
October 7th 2013
3834 Comments


Too bad. They released some great tunes.

Digging: Tycho - Epoch

HomerPimpson
October 7th 2013
254 Comments


Mayday Parade is way better anyways
maybe when Lancaster was in it

Cygnatti
October 7th 2013
31678 Comments


Nah. Mp is/was better by their 3rd LP.

MyNameIsPencil
October 7th 2013
4891 Comments


Bummer, they were pretty good
though I think I know a few friends of mine that are going to be especially crushed by this news

Digging: Cynic - Focus

kmace
October 7th 2013
161 Comments


Too bad. I Enjoyed Lucky Street by these guys, never listened to their latest.

ZodiacalWolf
October 7th 2013
159 Comments


Sucks, especially since the last Mayday Parade record wasn't too good.

wowyouresohxc
October 7th 2013
95 Comments


bum.

brandontaylor
October 7th 2013
511 Comments


its a shame, their first LP was pretty great. but true mayday parade is better anyway

swordsforhands
October 7th 2013
699 Comments


Mayday started going downhill for me after Lancaster left, was rather happy when he started Go Radio and most of their songs were pretty neat. Their last release wasn't that great, but Lucky Street featured, like stated before, some pretty good material.

Treeman
October 7th 2013
1425 Comments


rip im sad godammit

Crawl
October 7th 2013
2269 Comments


It's a shame, cause new mayday parade blows

Treeman
October 7th 2013
1425 Comments


wel im gonna love new mayday parade regardless because i love mayday parade but lucky street was some next level shit

Balerion
October 7th 2013
1017 Comments


New mayday is great

Spec
October 7th 2013
34604 Comments


I saw them live once. Had no idea the guy from Mayday Parade was in it until now.

BallsToTheWall
October 7th 2013
47867 Comments


Really shocked Andcas didn't report this but then again he's probably gunning for the latest hot piece of juicy TNZ gossip.

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BallsToTheWall
October 7th 2013
47867 Comments


I don't I just get my kicks in Andcasing everything that seems Andcasable.

skoopy48
October 7th 2013
1865 Comments


Close The Distance doesn't get enough love on this site. Also that Adele cover they did was great too.




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