"I will just wish the majority of the boys all the best. I'm sorry if you have tickets to tonight's show."
Beloved Perth heavy melodic act Saviour have revealed new line up changes to their band, with vocalist and keyboard player Shontay Snow posting on Instagram today that she is no longer considered an "essential member" of the band.
She took to her Instagram story to say, "I was so excited to get back on stage and do what I love but instead, with a broken heart, I am sharing that I am no longer an 'essential' member of Saviour.
The band have not revealed a statement and Snow is not willing to comment further at the moment. It's hard to tell if there is bad blood between her and other members of the band.
"I can't speak on this further," she continues. "I will just wish the majority of the boys all the best. I'm sorry if you have tickets to tonight's show."
The now Perth quintet officially welcomed Shontay Snow to the band in 2016 after featuring heavily on their album First Light To My Death Bed.
The band now solely exists of members Bryant Best on vocals, Daniel Rees and Curtis Tunks on Guitar, Chris Pearce on vocals/bass and Michael Matta on Drums.
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Many fans have taken to the band's Instagram to query the band on their decision to remove her from the group. One comment reads, "So why was Shontay kicked out of the band?"
Another fan stated, "Her voice in this band was a chef's kiss, now we'll never get to hear her voice in any future album."
The band recently released their triumphant fifth record Shine And Fade, which followed their unfortunately time A Lunar Rose which released in February of 2020 before everything shut down due to the pandemic.