Turnstile announced the split via an Instagram story on Friday, August 12, saying, “Turnstile and guitarist Brady Ebert have split up.” We are grateful for the time we spent together. Our love for him persists, and we wish him only the best in the future.”
Ebert has not commented on his resignation from the organization. There is no additional information available at this time. Turnstile made headlines ahead of their autumn US tour with Snail Mail and JPEGMAFIA.
Certain media outlets reported on August 4 that Turnstile’s drummer Daniel Fang had obtained a peace order against Ebert. Given this, many assume that Ebert’s departure may have something to do with the order.
A hearing for Fang’s peace order against Brady Ebert was held on August 11
A peace order is granted when someone is accused of abusing, stalking, harassing, or destroying someone else’s property. Two hearings on Fang’s peace order were held this month. If the injunction is granted, Ebert will be prohibited from contacting, abusing, or approaching Fang.
However, the order was revoked. Lambgoat cited a final hearing in the District Court of Maryland on August 11, during which it was purportedly decided that there was no statutory basis for relief. According to the ruling, there is insufficient proof to carry out the order, and it is therefore illegal.
Brady Ebert is a co-founder of Turnstile, which was established in 2010
Turnstile was founded in 2010 by Brady Ebert and singer Brendan Yates. Following that, the band added bassist and singer Franz Lyons, drummer Daniel Fang, and guitarist Sean Cullen.
Pat McCrory became over when Cullen left in 2015. Ebert contributed to all three of the band’s studio albums: Nonstop Feeling (2016), Time and Space (2018), and Glow On (2021).
The band’s sixth EP, Turnstile Love Connection, was released in June 2021. Yates also directed and distributed a short film of the same name.
Turnstile’s most recent album, Glow On, was published in August 2021. Glow On is the band’s first record to feature a featured artist, Blood Orange, a British singer/songwriter, and producer.
Turnstile 2022 Tour Dates
In October, Turnstile will start on an autumn tour. The band’s tour will kick off on October 3 in Brooklyn, NY, and conclude on November 19 in Boston.
According to sources, Brady Ebert has not been performing with the band during their live shows. Instead, Greg Cerwonka of Take Offense has been filling in for Ebert.
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