Read the band’s full statement regarding Chapman’s leaving the group.
“After nearly 9 years together, today we announce that Mikey has decided to part ways with Mallory Knox. As a band, we respect his decision and wish him well for the future.
2018 marks a brand new chapter for the band and we’re excited to be continuing Mallory Knox with Sam taking the lead on vocals. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes writing & recording new music. We are very keen for you to hear it & you won’t be waiting long.
With this news comes the unveiling of a string of intimate UK headline tour dates. We’re ready to get back out on the road & play some new songs alongside the songs we’ve been playing for years. Head to malloryknox.com for details.
More announcements to follow so watch this space.
Sam, Joe, James & Dave
Mallory Knox released their third album Wired last year, touring extensively as they have done throughout their career. 2017 saw the band play the main stage at Reading & Leeds for the second time, as well as a whole plethora of festivals across the UK & Europe.
Their recent, post-Wired, independently-released single Sugar went down a storm – but now, it’s all about the future with a full UK tour announced and on sale now for April. Plus, Mallory Knox will play Camden Rocks Festival on 2 June alongside Maximo Park, Twin Atlantic and many many more.
Here are those UK dates:
16 April – The Haunt, Brighton
17 April – The Globe, Cardiff
18 April – Cavern, Exeter
20 April – Sugarmill, Stoke
22 April – King Tut’s, Glasgow
23 April – Rebellion, Manchester
24 April – Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
26 April – Bodega, Nottingham
28 April – Pop Punk Pile-Up Festival, Selby
02 June – Camden Rocks Festival, London