Cult indie rockers Tribes have split after four years together. The members of the London-based group made the announcement on their Facebook.com page on Thursday (07Nov13), thanking fans for their support. They wrote, "We are sad to announce that we will no longer be writing and performing together as Tribes... We are proud of what we achieved together. You gave us the best four years of our lives so far." The Tribes formed in 2009 and consisted of former Operahouse members Johnny Lloyd, Dan White and Jim Cratchley and White's childhood friend, Miguel Demelo. The bandmates released two EPs in 2011, titled We Were Children and When My Day Comes, and their first full-length album, Baby, debuted in 2012, the same year they were named Best New Band at the NME Awards. Their second record, Wish To Scream, came out earlier this year (13).