The post-hardcore band will split after two October gigs.

Hundred Reasons, who have been playing their debut album Ideas Above Our Station in full at events such as Banquet Records' Big Day Out in Kingston, will do so again for two farewell shows in London and Manchester before parting ways for good.

The band also brings Ideas Above Our Station to 2000 Trees Festival in Gloucestershire in three weeks time.

Support will come from the reformed Hell Is For Heroes, who are reuniting for these shows to play their debut album The Neon Handshake in full. Cable will also play the two shows.

Speaking of the shows and the split, Hundred Reasons said:

"Dream line-up - bands we love, people we love. Been a while in the planning, this, but we’re seriously bloody excited about it. This is the final outing for everyone involved, so we hope you’ll join us for a properly good send-off."

  • November 23rd – Academy 2, Manchester
  • November 24th – HMV Forum, London