Vaults (AKA the band behind last year’s John Lewis ad song) are calling it quits

Sad news for fans of the band Vaults as they are calling it a day.

In a statement posted to their official Facebook page, the band said “Dear Vaulters, it is with a heavy heart we post this today, but after much discussion we have decided to go our separate ways.

“The last few years have been equally amazing and very challenging, both on personal and professional levels. After (Caught in Still Life) was released we took some much needed time off, but when we discussed how we might go forward it became clear that the spark you need to make a band work had gone.

“We leave on good terms, with some amazing memories and feeling very proud of the record we put out.

“Thanks from the bottom of our hearts to everyone that ever came to a gig, caught us at a festival, or bought a record, and everyone from management to label to live team that’s ever worked with us. It’s meant the world to us. Much love BB&B x”

Vaults formed in 2013 and began releasing EPs the following year. They released their debut album, Caught in Still Life, at the end of last year and featured on the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack.

What they are most famous for, however, is their cover of ‘One Day I’ll Fly Away’, which featured on the John Lewis Christmas advert for 2016:


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