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Girl In Red postpones its European tour

Girl In Red postponed her European tour for advice from various medical experts.

A former NME 100 alumnus and cover star Big Read had just completed a massive US tour for ‘If I Could Make It Go Quiet’ 2021 and was on three UK and European leg dates when it was announced to postpone the rest of the trip. to damage its vocal cords.

“When my US trip ended on April 25, I went to a throat specialist in Norway who told me I had nodular damage to my vocal cords,” Girl In Red explained in a statement. “He told me that singing will get harder and harder, but because I did not want to disappoint everyone who came to my shows in the EU and the UK, I went on tour two days later. “

“I saw another specialist in London today, who strongly advised me to go home, see a speech therapist and basically re – learn the way I speak and use my voice. If not, I may have to have surgery get.” “.

“I no longer want to cancel shows. I do not want to be seen as an artist or someone who can’t do what they had to do,” she continued.

“This trip was postponed because of COVID and because you knew how excited you were to see me, this is a very difficult decision to make. I can’t say enough how big and this breaks my heart. again.

Girl In Red will also be supporting Billie Eilish when she performs at O2 London on June 26, as well as attending festivals including Glastonbury, SUPERBLOOM and Øya. It has not yet been confirmed, however, whether it will be able to meet these dates.

Speaking about the possibility of working with Eilish, Girl In Red told NME: “No! I think that’s a long enough issue.”

“I would love to say one day, but at the moment I do not know who I am when it comes to working with other musicians that way. It was good that Finneas was involved (i ‘ Serotonin ‘) about it.It was my song and my story.Make a song to someone else and we have both names to see it figure something out, but luckily it’s time I have … unless I’m hit by a bus. “

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