The rock revivalists introduced on Monday (Feb. four) that a health care provider has ordered singer Josh Kiszka to relaxation his voice as a result of a case of laryngitis. The band scrapped Sunday's deliberate present in Brisbane, in addition to a deliberate gig at Festival Hall in Melbourne on Wednesday (Feb. 6); they'd already known as off a Feb. eight present in Auckland, New Zealand with a view to attend the Feb. 10 Grammy Awards, the place they're up for 4 golden gramophones.
"I've some heartbreaking information. Unfortunately, someplace between journey from the US to Japan and Australia, I developed an higher respiratory an infection that has steadily advanced into laryngitis," Kiszka wrote in a Facebook notice to Melbourne followers. "I’ve been making an attempt to recuperate, however can't appear to eliminate it. Doctors have knowledgeable me that performing on this situation may trigger injury to my vocal chords, which is one thing that I can't threat, and due to this fact we should reschedule our exhibits tonight and tomorrow. It means the world to me to have the ability to carry out for you, and it breaks my coronary heart to have to do that, however I need to take my well being very critically, in order to not run the danger of inflicting extra severe hurt. I'm terribly sorry to make this announcement, we're already engaged on a momentous return to make this as much as you and will likely be asserting that very quickly. I hope you may perceive, this has been a troublesome scenario and disappointing for us all."
The band's debut album, Anthem of the Peaceful Army, not too long ago shot up the Billboard 200 chart (rising 150-76) following their Jan. 19 look on Saturday Night Live. The group's subsequent scheduled present after the Grammys is on Feb. 22 on the Sant Jordi Club in Barcelona, Spain, the kick-off to a European tour that will likely be adopted by a collection of South American gigs.