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Dry route to Devon, So great, like heaven, I think that we are losing a way. by Ollie
June 26, 2010, 8:59 am
Filed under: WHEAT

This is one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to write.  I’m afraid it’s not a food review, but I am sat in a little café north of the border that does amazing Orange Polenta cake.

It is with very sad regret that I have to announce that I, Ollie Campesinos!, have parted company with Los Campesinos!.

When we first started this band we never expected in a million years that three years down the line we would have done and achieved all the things that we have.  It’s been an amazing experience and I wouldn’t have missed it for the world.

I want to thank everyone that we have ever worked with.  Without your hard work we wouldn’t have done all these things.  Thank you to every band I have ever had the privilege of playing with.  I have made some really great friends.

But most importantly I want to thank every one of you that has ever taken any time to take interest in us.  Whether it’s coming to a gig, buying a record or merely reading my food reviews.  If it weren’t for you guys and gals we would have faded out a long time ago.

It’s been a true honour and a privilege, my life is going to be very different.

Thank you.

Ollie x

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