Nashville Rock-Punk Group Diarrhea Planet To Disband

Nashville-based rock-punk band Diarrhea Planet has announced they are calling it quits.

“It’s with a heavy heart we announce our final shows,” the band shared via social media. “We’ve had an incredible run largely thanks to all of you incredible people, but we’ve decided to bring it to a close. It has truly been amazing to share our music with y’all onstage and off.”

The band will end following two upcoming shows in Nashville, when they will play at Exit/In on Sept. 7 and 8.

For nearly a decade, the band has been popular in Nashville’s pop and punk scene, and has released three albums. The group, which includes Jordan Smith, Emmett Miller, Evan Bird, Brent Toler, Mike Boyle and Ian Bush, initiated at Belmont University. In 2009, they released their debut EP Aloha!.

They went on to sign with Infinity Cat Recordings to release their first LP Loose Jewels (2011), and also released the EPs Yama-Uba (2011), Aliens In The Outfield (2014) and the LPs I’m Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams (2013) and Turn To Gold (2016).

 

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