apparently. Not suprising at all, although I genuinely think they could've been succesful if they'd plugged on after PFTS instead of pissing off for years with no explanation. I'm always astounded at how big a draw they are at festivals - certainly no-one in the UK punk scene has stepped upto that level since them.
Third album had great flashes, but was generally average and exposed how poor a lyricist Jake was.
Still, odd to see them go.