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The Avalanches cancel remaining North American tour dates due to ‘serious illness’

The Avalanches have canceled their remaining North American tour dates due to a “serious illness”.

The Australian duo was on tour behind their 2020 album “We Will Always Love You,” and was scheduled to finish with shows in the United States and Canada this month.

These dates were cancelled, and the band took to social media to inform their fans: “Unfortunately, due to a serious illness, we have had to make the heartbreaking decision to cancel our remaining shows in Cancel the United States and Canada to return to the House. .

“Thank you to everyone who made this tour such a joy, and apologies to everyone who had tickets to the other shows. All ticket holders will be contacted directly with refund details. Thank you.”

The band’s current tour, which was to hit Detroit tonight (October 2) and wrap in Philadelphia later this month (October 10), has been rescheduled. delay.

Check out the band’s statement and canceled tour dates below.

The Avalanches 2022 US tour cancellation dates:

OCTOBER 2022

1 – Chicago Subway

2 – Detroit, Majestic Theatre

4 – Toronto, Phoenix Concert Theatre

5 – Montreal, Crown Theatre

7 – Washington DC, Club 9:30

8 – New York, Terminal 5

9 – Boston, Paradise Rock Club

10 – Philadelphia, Theater of the Living Arts

Earlier this year, The Avalanches contributed to a project to send exclusive broadcasts to the Moon and back as part of the UK’s Tour de Moon festival.

As part of the festival, Creative Director Dr Nelly Ben Hayoun, founder of NASA’s International Space Orchestra, has collaborated with artists such as The Avalanches, Massive Attack, Moses Boyd and Pussy Riot using Moonbounce: a Earth -Moon -Earth (EME) technology.

The band’s Robbie Chater told NME how they got involved. “We worked with Nelly during the lockdown, when we collaborated with the International Space Orchestra through Zoom,” he said. “We put together a version of our song ‘Wherever You Go’, it was a great experience.”

He continued: “I guess we’ve always been interested in the idea of ​​sampling and sound as a kind of endless life force, a transmission cycle that goes round and round. I like to think when we find an old record, I often think of what was going on in the life of the person who recorded that record at that time, for example in the 50s, and how he recorded all his feelings and emotions in wax”.

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