Turnstile have announced that they have parted ways with founding guitarist Brady Ebert.
The band revealed the news in an Instagram story saying: “Turnstile and guitarist Brady Ebert are parting ways. We are deeply grateful for our time together. Our love for him continues and we wish him nothing but the best moving forward. Love, Turnstile.”
So far, Ebert has yet to make a public announcement about the departure.
Ebert and singer Brendan Yates founded Turnstile in 2010 with bassist and vocalist Franz Lyons, drummer Daniel Fang, and guitarist Sean Cullen, who eventually left and was replaced by Pat McCrory.
Ebert played with Turnstile on all three of the band’s albums, including their latest release Glow On. Earlier this year, Ebert joined the group for their “Tiny Desk (Home) Concert,” but was absent for the band’s performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon back in May. Ebert also didn’t join the band on their spring tour; Greg Cerwonka played in his absence.
Turnstile are currently on their summer tour. Check out all their dates here.