Josh Bannister has left rising UK group Milk Teeth.
The band broke the news online, releasing a short statement to confirm the line up change. The group wrote on Facebook:
"It’s a new year and a new start for Milk Teeth as our friend Josh has stepped down from the band. We wish him all the happiness in the world & the best of luck for the future."
The change certainly seems to be amicable, with Josh Bannister responding: "Milk teeth is over for me now and I wish the guys luck and thanks to Billy for stepping in he’s the best guy for any job. I left before I had to leave music entirely. Do it while it feels right not because it’s worth while, that’s never what it’s about. And if anyone cares I’m already working on some new shit with some cool dogs. I did what I did so I’d never wanna stop making music."
Hindsights' Billy Hutton has leaped on board Milk Teeth, with the band promising "new music, videos, tours, festivals, yoyos and puppies all coming your way in 2016."
Milk Teeth's debut album 'Vile Child' will be released on January 29th.