As with relationships of any kind, the exciting possibilities which emerge at the outset of starting or joining a band often evolve into the harsh reality that things just aren't going to work out. Here we look at the best way to pick up the pieces and move on when your band breaks up.
In this new post on MusicThinkTank, Lisa Occhino offers practical advice on what to do when the band you've been playing with decides to call it off.
"Before you dive right into a new project, take a step back and evaluate both the good and the bad of your last band, and what factors contributed to the breakup. It’s easy to put the blame on everyone else in the heat of the moment, but if you know deep down that you were part of the problem in some way, be honest with yourself."