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The Jekylls are splitting up, set to play their final show in November

By Dave Herrera | Sept. 12, 2016 | 10:30 a.m.

The Jekylls have reached the end of the road.

Earlier this morning, the group announced its plans to retire in a few months. The outfit, which features Eryn DeSomer and Keith Hoerig of the Hollyfelds and Tony Asnicar and Graham Haworth of the Railbenders, is slated to play its final show on Friday, November 4, at 3 Kings Tavern. 

According to DeSomer, the band is parting ways on great terms—“It was just getting tough for some members to make the drive,” she explained—and all the members are planning to continue to be part of the scene with their other projects. 

“I am definitely continuing to play solo, and Graham and Tony will be still playing with the Railbenders,” DeSomer said. "Also Keith will be releasing an EP soon of stuff he’s been working on.”

Prior to the Jekyll’s farewell show, DeSomer just kicked off her monthlong residency at 3 Kings Tavern, where she’ll be appearing every Tuesday throughout the month of September.