British rock band hundred Reasons will split following a string of farewell shows in November (12).
The group, which formed in 1999, has released four albums in the U.K. but will break up after two final gigs in London and Manchester, England later this year (12).
The band will play its 2002 debut album Ideas Above Our Station in its entirety, and will be joined by fellow rockers Hell Is For Heroes and Cable.
A statement on the band's official website reads, "This is the final outing for everyone involved, so we hope you'll join us for a properly good send-off."
Hundred Reasons reunited earlier this year (12) after a three-year hiatus.