Miike Snow went on a hiatus after their last album and tour. The members have been focusing on individual projects.
Miike Snow, the Swedish indie pop band known for hits like “Animal” and “Genghis Khan,” has been relatively quiet since their last album, “iii,” released in 2016. Following the album’s release and subsequent tour, the band members—Christian Karlsson, Pontus Winnberg, and Andrew Wyatt—decided to take a break from the group to pursue personal endeavors.
Christian Karlsson and Pontus Winnberg, also known as the production duo Bloodshy & Avant, have continued their work in music production and songwriting for other artists. Karlsson is also part of the electronic music duo Galantis, which has remained active, releasing music and performing at various music festivals and events.
Andrew Wyatt has been involved in various musical projects as well, including songwriting and production for other artists. He has also worked on his solo career, releasing his own music and contributing to film scores.
While Miike Snow has not officially disbanded, there has been no announcement of new music or tours from the group since their hiatus. Fans remain hopeful that the band will reunite in the future to create new music, but as of now, the members are continuing to explore their individual artistic paths.