Published Jan 22, 2014The members of Vivian Girls have been focusing on other projects as of late, with singer-guitarist Cassie Ramone playing with the Babies, bassist Katy Goodman heading up La Sera, and drummer Ali Koehler fronting Upset. Now, they will have even more time to explore those projects, since Vivian Girls have officially called it quits.
In a message posted on Facebook, the group announced that they will play a couple of all-ages shows as a farewell. One will be on February 14 at the Church on York in Los Angeles and the other will be on March 1 at Death by Audio in Brooklyn.
The band wrote the following statement:
Brooklyn, New York, March 2007: we started making music together and became what we know as Vivian Girls. It's been a long and crazy journey in the seven years since, and we feel as though the time has finally come to let our band rest in peace. It's been an experience that we'll look back on and cherish and we'd like to thank you for sharing it with us. We have had such an amazing time being a band, touring the world, releasing records and meeting all of you.
Vivian Girls released three albums, most recently 2011's Share the Joy. Their original drummer, Frankie Rose, went on to have a solo career.