Alternative Canadian band Selfish Things have announced they are now on an indefinate hiatus, citing their need to focus on “economic stability” due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The confirmation by the band can be read below in a full statement.
“When we started this band, we were young 20 somethings looking to connect with an audience that would respond to us. Over the last 4 years, we’ve found a fanbase that loves us, a team that treats us like family and a world that’s much kinder than we previously assumed. With that being said, we’ve collectively decided to put Selfish Things on hold for an indefinite period of time. COVID-19 hit the world right as we were about to endeavour on our first headlining tour after a relentless schedule in 2019. While this isn’t what we wanted, we collectively feel that focusing on our economic stability is what our families deserve.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for the gifts, the kind words, the snacks, the laughter and the genuine friendships we’ve made. Seeing America (…relentlessly) and the UK was a dream come true, and all of us deeply cherish the moments we spent with all of you.
Keep shining. Keep working. Keep choosing love over hate.
See you on the other side,
– Cam, Alex and Mike”
Selfish Things released their debut record, ‘Logos’ in 2019 via Pure Noise Records.