The three boys from Budgewoi, NSW who called themselves Short Stack have decided to go their separate ways.
The band announced the news via Facebook and Twitter early on the morning of Friday March 30.
Frontman Shaun Diviney wrote:
As you may be aware, stack is no more. To everyone who has supported the band in any way, i cannot thank you enough. From the ones who told their friends about us to the ones who camped out before shows. For me, since the band started when I was 15, it's always been about the music I wrote and how it eff...ected people. The greatest feeling was you singing my words back at a show, living with the albums and letting something I created be a part of your lives. These times will be some of the best of my life with the boys/the crew and we still remain the closest friends.
But the show must go on. If you try to recapture yesterday you will only lose tomorrow. I am starting work on my next project which is honestly the best thing I have ever done. I'm falling in love with music all over again, feeling a fire I haven't in years. I'm heading over to LA / NY mid year to write and do music, working with artists I love & enjoying life but most importantly i feel it's time to START something again.
Short Stack released two albums, Stack Is The New Black and This Is Bat Country, throughout their career. Both albums were certified Gold in Australia. They had planned a third album, Art Vandelay, which will not see release following the announcement.