Nick Mara leaves the band, is PRETTYMUCH still with you in 2022?


Nick Mara of PRETTYMUCH said, “I will leave the group to try something new as an individual.” The group said goodbye to Nick Mara on Friday, October 7th, giving fans a convincing announcement that they would continue the music with the four members. In addition to Nick Mara, a band of 4 other members including Edwin Honoret, Brandon Arreaga, Zion Kuwonu and Austin Poter also shared a new single ‘H2L’ created by the rest of the group. This single, which they describe as a Web3 single, is the band’s first independent release and was completely written and produced by band members according to posts posted on Sound.xyz.

The band said in a statement, “We love all of you who have been by our side over the past six and a half years and have shown endless love.” We’ve had some really challenging discussions as a band over the past month. This discussion isn’t in the slightest bit simple for us to tell you, but it’s important. Nick Mara is officially leaving the band. The band is responsible for the hit R&B single ‘Would You Mind’, which peaked at number 40 on the Billboard Pop Airplay chart. American-Canadian boy band One Direction, Small Mix by Simon Cowell in 2016. This is not the end of PRETTYMUCH, the band said in a statement. It’s essentially a new beginning where we can finally take care of all the music and content worthy of you in our own way!

Nick Mara has announced that he is leaving the band quite a bit.

THE BOYS OF PrettyMuch bids farewell to one of the group members. Nick Mara, the group that made hits like ‘Phases’ and ‘Summer On You’ on Friday, decided to leave the group after a very difficult discussion as a band ‘to try something new as a human being’. He expressed his gratitude to the fans who have been with him for the past six and a half years, and released a song called H2L, conveying the first taste of the new Pretty Much.

No matter where Nick Mara goes or what he decides to pursue, most of us will cherish him like a brother and support him like family on his new journey in everyday life! The band wrote and linked to Patreon’s podcast explaining the changes. ‘It’s not the end of Pretty Much. It’s essentially a new beginning where we can finally take care of your music and content with you! As important to him, Nick Mara shared a comment on his social media expressing his gratitude to his former bandmates who ‘have been with him through the ups and downs. The time has come to reset myself. After much thought, I realized that there is another direction to making a truly courageous effort for me. Written by Nick Mara. This was the hardest choice I had to make and it goes back to a year ago.



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