Last week, the eight-piece unsigned band announced the sad news they had decided to "continue their journeys individually" one year after being formed during The X Factor.
But they made sure they gave their loyal followers a huge thank you when they performed their final gig at Thorpe Park's Island Beats (25 July).
And unsurprisingly, there were lots of tears from the bandmates - Tom Mann, James Graham, Barclay Beales, Jake Sims, Chris Leonard, Reece Bibby, Casey Johnson, Charlie Jones - AND the fans.
After the emotional gig, Tom tweeted: "The only act to SELL OUT Thorpe Park. Doesn't make sense to us. But what does make sense - you're the best fans we could've asked for."
Jake added: "So that was our last gig as Stereo Kicks. From the beginning, right to the end, we owe it all to you. Thank you for everything."
Casey wrote: "Very emotional. I can't stress how much I wanted this to work. You're well and truly the best fans EVER. The hard work you guys have put in is AMAZING! Something I will never forget!!! All the Love."
Charlie described the past year in the band as "the best year of my life with these other seven brothers".
The boys made it clear all along that they were parting because they HAD to, not because they wanted to.
Ahead of their last performance, James talked to Digital Spy and blamed Louis Walsh for their split.
When asked whether mentor Louis had their back, James replied: "I'll be brutally honest and the boys might not want me to say this, but I think I blame Louis entirely.
"I think he didn't support us. I think he had his mind elsewhere, naming nothing, his other boyband... I think he was concentrating on them. He didn't want another boyband to come through maybe."
Watch the video to Stereo Kicks' 'Love Me So' below:
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