Barlowgirl, a Christian group which comprised of sisters Alyssa, Lauren and Rebecca Barlow, plan to retire after releasing a last song late this month according to the Associated Press.
While there is no statement about retiring on the Barlowgirl website, a spokesman for the group reportedly told the AP that the sisters are "ready for a new season."
Lauren Barlow seemingly confirmed the report tweeting Wednesday morning, "All changes have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another."
Barlowgirl has rocked the Contemporary Christian Music industry for nearly a decade, releasing six albums, selling over a million copies of their 2004 self-titled debut album and recording four No. 1 hits including 2005's "I Need You To Love Me."
The group is also part of the first Christian music app on Spotify.
The AP reports that Barlow will release the song "Hope Will Lead Us On," on Oct. 30 and host "an online chat with fans Oct. 29 on Ustream, where they will take questions and perform acoustically."