The Slough outfit released their debut album 'Famous Last Words' last year and also had to change their name from Brother to Viva Brother in June 2011 due a naming dispute after losing a legal battle with an Australian Celtic band of the same name.
The album, panned by critics for its lack of original content, peaked at #34 on the UK Album Charts in its first week of release.
In the post they thanked their fans and posted a new track 'I Don't Want to Be Loved'.
Their was speculation that it could be an April Fools Day joke, but the band's have confirmed to Music-News.com that it is indeed true.
The band had released images of them recording their second album in the countryside on their official Facebook page, with hopes of them releasing it before the end of 2012, that will no longer see the light of day.