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Local post-hardcore / chamber punk outfit, And a Few to Break, have intimated to the Bay Bridged and close friends in the music community that they have decided to call it a day. Reputed for exquisite musicianship, earnest and exceedingly energetic performances, perhaps most exemplified by one of their last appearances at Bottom of the Hill with From Monument to Masses last month, the five-piece toured frequently in the past two years while gaining new fans in the far reaches of Northern California and the Northwest. Many of their experiences were blogged here.

The band released its epic debut full length last year, Procession, out on Relatively Conscious records of San Francisco, and reportedly recorded new material recently at John Vanderslice’s Tiny Telephone which will hopefully see the light of day sometime down the line. Bassist Paul Slack is also a member of Sacramento’s SWIMS. We had the good fortune to sit down with this talented and passionate bunch earlier this year. You can check out the full interview above. We bid farewell and wish much luck to the band’s members and their future musical pursuits…