Handguns part ways with drummer, Woody Spokas

Breaking news from the Handguns camp this otherwise fine Saturday evening.

It seems the one-time Pennsylvania pop-punk quintet is now a Pennsylvania pop-punk quartet. The remaining four members determined that it was time for drummer Woody Spokas to make his exit. Here’s Woody’s statement, straight from the band’s Facebook page:
Anyone who was expecting to see me on the Love like tour with All time Low and Man Overboard sorry but I won’t be seeing you guys. With the tour approaching fast I figured it’s about time I released a statement. Handguns decided that it’s best for me to part ways with the band. I was a member of Handguns for the past 2 years and exceeded way more than I thought I ever would in my life. It was the best 2 years I’ve ever had in my life and will hold onto those memories and the people that I’ve met forever. My position in the band can be replaced without a doubt but, those accomplishments and the stories I made will never be taken away from me. Thanks to all of the fans, friends, and family that supported me along the crazy journey I love you all so much for that. You tend to do crazy things like sell a car, quit a full time job, leave loved ones… Anything to keep the dream alive and possible. With that being said anyone that I’ve met in bands along the way you guys have the most respect from me and I wish you all the best! I’m still going to play music, I’m not sure doing what yet but keep an eye out. This life definitely isn’t made for everyone that’s for sure. Continue to support Handguns and good music. I love you all and I’m sure we’ll cross paths again. It’s been real dawgs.


The aforementioned Handguns/All Time Low / Man Overboard tour kicks off March 28th in Richmond, VA. We’ll fill you in when we find word of a replacement Woody.

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