Band of Horses’ Tyler Ramsey and Bill Reynolds Leave Group
By Amanda Wicks and Jazz Monroe.
Band of Horses members Tyler Ramsey and Bill Reynolds, who play guitar and bass respectively, have left the group. Each announced his departure separately, via social media. “We certainly had some good times and I’m sure I will miss the beautifully dysfunctional family we became,” Ramsey wrote on Instagram. The guitarist, who joined Band of Horses in 2007 after being invited to open for them, added that he’d be touring a new solo record this fall. Reynolds said he’d be “producing records, doing photography, and who knows, maybe [he’ll] go on the road again someday.” See their posts below. Pitchfork has reached out to Band of Horses’ representatives for comment.
This year, Band of Horses lead singer Ben Bridwell released an album with supergroup BNQT. Band of Horses’ record Why Are You OK came out last year. They are scheduled to remain on tour through September.
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