Drum & bass duo Ulterior Motive have called time on the project.
Announcing their split on social media, following 11 years together, the pair said a "challenging" 2020 had made them decide it was time for a change, following releases for labels such as Teebee's Subtitles (which put out their debut record), Metalheadz (which released their debut album 'The Fourth Wall' in 2014), and Shogun Audio. The duo also launched their own label, Guidance, in 2017, which will continue to put out records following the end of the Ulterior Motive project.
The pair say they intend to focus on individual projects now Ulterior Motive is over, with the duo's James Davison continuing with his Submotive project.
"Thank you to everyone who has followed and supported us, helped us, played with and partied with us along the way," their statement said. "It's been an amazing journey that we will never forget."
You can read the duo's full statement below.
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