Hard-Fi announce departure of guitarist Ross Phillips!

May 06, 2013 No Comments by Musicscene

English indie rock band Hard-Fi have officially announced the departure of their guitarist and founding member Ross Phillips. Stepping into the limelight back in 2005 with their extremely impressive debut studio album ‘Stars Of CCTV’, Hard-Fi were well known for single releases such as ‘Hard To Beat’, ‘Living For The Weekend’, and ‘Cash Machine’ to name but a few. Fronted by singer songwriter Richard Archer, Hard-Fi are apparently working on their fourth studio album. The following statement was issued online by the band on Monday May 6th 2013:

It’s with great regret we have to announce that after 9 years of service, Ross is leaving the band. He has decided that the time has come to concentrate on different things. Obviously we are extremely sad to see him go. However, the good ship Hard-Fi will continue towards the 4th album which is very much within our sights. We ask you to join with us this day in raising a glass to an amazing gunslinger, whilst toasting the future of a new chapter for the band. The best is yet to come.

Peace. The Fi.

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