Stewart Bell Explains Citizen Cain Break Up

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(Prog) Citizen Cain mainman Stewart Bell has confirmed that the band have split indefinitely. Bell and former bandmate Cyrus have been busy working on their respective solo careers and Bell says they took the decision to put Citizen Cain to bed to avoid being repetitive.

The band revealed their split last week and Bell has given Prog a further, exclusive, insight into their decision. The Edinburgh-based band's last album was 2012's Skies Darken. Bell is in the process of finalising release details for his The Antechamber Of Being Part Two album, while Cyrus hopes his debut solo effort Black Moth The Honeybee will be issued in 2017.

Bell tells Prog: "Cyrus and myself are thoroughly enjoying working on our own projects so we can safely say - Citizen Cain is over. We've had two, three years to find our feet with our solo projects and can now say that we wont be going back.

"We've both found a new lease of life in our musical endeavours through doing our solo stuff. As I said, Citizen Cain was in danger of becoming repetitive and it was becoming a struggle to progress and move forward with the same old formula." Read more here.

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