After releasing their debut album Dumb Blood earlier this year and playing the main stages of Reading and Leeds Festivals, VANT will be playing at the Watering Hole in Perranporth on October 20 before going on an "indefinite hiatus."

The band will be performing in Cornwall as part of their The Last Days of Punk tour and have just announced their plans to take a break.

A statement from the band said: "Some of you were right to question the title of our upcoming tour The Last Days Of Punk. We can now officially reveal that we are going on an indefinite hiatus.

"We wanted to end this part of our journey where we began, in tiny venues, in often over-looked towns. We came from those places (Seaham, Poulton-le-Fylde, Sandy Lane, Bensham) and when a band played anywhere near us, whoever they may have been, we were grateful and elated.

"They were the bands that made us want to make music in the first place. They showed us it was possible. It seems apt for us to return the favour one last time before we depart to explore other musical worlds for a while."

Tickets for their Perranporth gig are on sale from