Jon McLure has decided not to quit music.The Reverend and the Makers frontman announced his intention to quit last month after becoming disillusioned with the music industry, but has now gone back on his vow that forthcoming second album, 'A French Kiss In The Chaos' will be his last.He told Britain's BBC Radio 1: I got a bit mental when I got down in the dumps and said I was going to quit but I won't, I'll carry on."There's some people I need to put straight on a few things first. I will be back, don't worry about that, I'm bullet-proof."Jon also spoke of his excitement about Mongrel, the 'super-group' he is currently working with, which features Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders and ex-bassist Andy Nicholson, rapper Lowkey and Babyshambles' bassist Drew McConnell.He added: "It's been refreshing working on this album because it's kind of good to get out of your comfort zone and do something a bit different. "I think lyrically it is so much more combative than anything else that is around at the minute.

"The state of British music bores me to tears and I think it's time we reflected the greater British music scene rather than just middle class indie boys with guitars around their necks."