After several media outlets hinted that members of Camila are breaking up, the award-winning Mexican pop rock group finally addressed the reports.
In a written statement from members Mario Domm, Samo Parra, and Pablo Hurtado, the group said they want to clear up the reports, after what they described as manipulation on the part of a group of journalists whom they granted a group interview. “Yes, it’s true that we said in an interview we gave that we would like to take a break,” the statement read. “It is completely false however, that there is any intention for the group to break up.” Rumors of iminent demise have plagued the band for months, especially after it was reported that they intend to take time off to work on individual projects.
At last year’s Latin Grammy Awards, Camila took home a bunch of accolades—including an award for Record of the Year and Song of the Year for their song “Mientes.” The group also won Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocal for “Dejarte de Amar.” Camila is currently on their Dejarte de Amar tour, through their native Mexico, the U.S. and Latin America.
“Never have we talked, in any moment, about disintegrating the group,” the statement concluded. So there you have it! Camila is staying together.