Hannah Mulholland, guitarist and vocalist for the country trio Runaway June has announced her departure from the band after five strong years "chasing dreams, climbing mountains, conquering things we never imagined possible, and having lots of fun along the way."
Mulholland, along with fellow singers Naomi Cooke and Jennifer Wayne released their first single, "Lipstick," together in 2016, and now it seems the group has decided to take things in a new direction.
Mulholland made the announcement on her Instagram page, thanking her partners for the memories and fans made along the way.
“Our great team, supportive label, amazing fans, and all of our champions at country radio…You guys have changed my life forever. I’ve dreamt these dreams since I was 5 years old, and I feel so fortunate to have gotten these chances and been a part of this incredible journey,” she continued.
“I wish everyone continued success and happiness. I hope you will continue to follow my creative endeavors and share in what the future has to hold. It is bittersweet, but I am excited to continue to evolve and grow, while keeping these memories near and dear to my heart.”
The band, whose 2018 song "Buy My Own Drinks" - included on their debut album Blue Roses - is still enjoying commercial radio success, confirmed the news on Twitter wishing their creative partner and friend well on her new projects.
As the world continues to deal with uncertainty amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the remainder of Runaway June are just like the rest of us - hoping to get out and in front of some friendly faces for a change as soon as possible.