Neon Jungle split up after two years to 'continue journeys individually'
British girl group Neon Jungle has split up after two years to pursue solo projects.
Shereen Cutkelvin, Asami Zdrenka, Jess Plummer and Amira McCarthy said the decision to split was “heartbreaking” but they had all agreed it was “time to continue our journeys individually”.
The band, whose hit singles included “Braveheart” and “Trouble”, released their debut album Welcome to the Jungle in July 2014.
In a post on their Facebook page, the band wrote: “Neon Jungle are Ohana. Ohana - formed by all the love and support we have received over the past couple of years.
“Which is why writing this is extremely difficult.
“After many honest and heartfelt discussions, we have all agreed with a tremendously heavy heart, that it is time for us to continue our journeys individually.
“This does not mean for a second we have separated! We will always and forever be in each other's lives, and ALWAYS be supportive of one another.
“Although this is a heart breaking reality for the four of us, it is also extremely exciting, and we would love for all of you guys to also continue our new journeys with us.
“4 for the price of 1 aye!?!?
“Ohana is forever
“Thank you so much for everything past, present and future.
“Yours very truly
Jess, Asami, Shereen & Amira.”
The “edgy pop” group was formed by music manager David Cooper in 2012 and went on to secure a record deal with RCA Records in 2013.
During their two year career, Neon Jungle supported Jessie J on tour as well as performing alongside Taylor Swift at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in the US.
Their most successful single, “Braveheart”, peaked at number four in the UK top 40 singles chart in February 2014.