After saying they'd make structural changes in the label following a series of allegations of sexual misconduct and grooming against multiple associated bands and employees, Burger Records has now shut down entirely. Other bands who released music through Burger have now taken to social media to share their reactions, including Shannon Shaw of Shannon and the Clams, Cassie Ramone of Vivian Girls, La Luz, King Tuff, Olden Yolk (Shane Butler of Quilt), The Garden, Las Rosas, White Mystery, Colleen Green, Peach Kelli Pop, Death Valley Girls, Kim and the Created, The Aquadolls, Surfbort, and Bleached. Read messages from them below.

Nobunny has also released a new statement, writing, "I fucked up bad...Nobunny is over."

SHANNON AND THE CLAMS

CASSIE RAMONE

LA LUZ

KING TUFF

OLDEN YOLK

THE GARDEN

LAS ROSAS

WHITE MYSTERY

COLLEEN GREEN

PEACH KELLI POP

DEATH VALLEY GIRLS

KIM AND THE CREATED

THE AQUA DOLLS

SURFBORT

BLEACHED

BEST COAST posted that she/they weren't really directly in the Burger scene, but posted their support:

CHARLY BLISS tweeted:

And Hayley Williams from Paramore posted this:

Previously: The Growlers responded to allegations of sexual misconduct, keyboardist Adam Walcott Smith left the band, SWMRS' Joey Armstrong (son of Billie Joe) responded following allegations of abuse from The Regrettes' Lydia Night, and Cherry Glazerr's Clem Creevy accused her ex-bandmate & Buttertones bassist of statutory rape.