Sad to hear that Sudden Death of Stars have come to the end of their mission.
The Rennes-based act released two albums, 2011's Getting Up, Going Down and 2014's All Unrevealed Parts of the Unknown, which came out on Ample Play records.
The band said in a statement: "Sudden Death of Stars suddenly died.
"Though the phenomenon occurred some times ago, it can only be observed now because of the time needed by the light to travel to your screen. Unless it was the time needed by its members to accept it.
"Anyway, as sound travels slower than light, you may have the opportunity, for those who wish, to listen to our posthumous productions hopefully in a near future.
"We’d like to thank everyone who supported us along these seven years of psychedelic septet, and especially Close Up and Ample Play."
I loved what they did, a modern 21st century take on psychedelia, in the best traditions of the genre influenced by earlier acts but inspired to create something unique.
Getting the opportunity to catch them live at the Sympatic bar in Rennes as part of the Bars en Trans festival a couple of years ago was quite an experience.
Thanks for the memories, and hopefully we'll hear from the former members before too long.