Belle & Sebastian have postponed their UK tour.
In an announcement posted to Twitter, the Scottish indie septet cited a well being difficulty for the delay to the tour, which was scheduled to kick off in Cardiff on Sunday (November 13). The band promised followers that “we’ll be again with additional information as quickly as we will”.
“In these unsure instances we respect everybody who purchased tickets for these reveals and lengthen our because of those that have despatched properly needs this week,” they wrote.
“We’ll observe up with extra info however can inform you that every one tickets stay legitimate, we’re within the technique of rescheduling, and could have the brand new dates confirmed in [the] coming days.”
See the total assertion under:
* UK Tour Postponed *
We’ll be again with additional information as quickly as we will pic.twitter.com/Bp2ULT9yz6
— belle & sebastian (@bellesglasgow) November 11, 2022
The reveals, which had been initially meant to be Belle & Sebastian’s first reside gigs since 2019, had been initially scheduled for January and February this 12 months, earlier than being moved to November.
“Though the Covid-19 pandemic is displaying some indicators of abating within the UK, some band members have been personally affected to the extent that we’ve been unable to rehearse or carry out,” the band mentioned on the time in an announcement revealed on their web site. A present in Leicester that was unable to be rescheduled was cancelled altogether.
The postponed tour dates are as follows:
Sunday 13 – Cardiff, Nice Corridor – Pupil’s Union
Monday 14, Tuesday 15 – London, The Roundhouse
Thursday 17 – Sheffield, O2 Academy
Friday 18 – Liverpool, Olympia
Saturday 19 – Hull, Asylum, Hull College Union
Monday 21 – Aberdeen, Seaside Ballroom
Wednesday 23 – Edinburgh, Usher Corridor
Thursday 24 – Newcastle Upon Tyne, O2 Metropolis Corridor
Friday 25 – Manchester, Academy
Sunday 27 – Cambridge, Corn Trade
Monday 28 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
Tuesday 29 – Southampton, O2 Guildhall
Wednesday 30 – Brighton, Dome
Elsewhere, the band’s lead singer and songwriter Stuart Murdoch just lately appeared as a panelist on BBC’s Query Time, on which he mentioned that the Conservative Social gathering “don’t care about folks”.
“I really feel like we’re residing on a totally completely different planet,” he mentioned. “They’re tone-deaf to the wants of odd folks.”