The band shared the news this morning.
City Calm Down have announced they will be on "indefinite hiatus" following their upcoming tour.
The Melbourne four-piece have taken to Facebook to share a statement this morning, saying "It is with a mixture of sadness and pride that we announce that our current Television tour will be the last tour we perform before going on indefinite hiatus".
"Bands are fragile things that require a lot of time, energy and sacrifice to maintain, and we have put our hearts and souls into this project over the last 12 years," it continued.
"Our goals for the future, both as individuals and a group, have guided us in our decision to bring this chapter of our lives to a close. This decision has not been made lightly but it is a decision that the four of us have made together and in friendship.
"It is also a decision that, we feel, allows us to celebrate the work we have made together and share that celebration with you."
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The group released their third album, Television, back in August. They'll kick off their national tour this Friday on Manning Bar in Sydney and then head to Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth. City Calm Down's final show will take place at The Croxton in Melbourne on 26 October.
Head to theGuide for all the info on the tour and see the band's full post below.