"Australia, it breaks our hearts to announce that we must postpone our current AU tour..."
Southern California band Unwritten Law have postponed their Australian tour, which was due to start last Thursday. The group would have performed in Gosford tonight if it weren't for the postponement.
The 17-date run would've been Unwritten Law's most extensive Australian tour to date. Addressing their Australian fans, the band made the following statement:
Australia, it breaks our hearts to announce that we must postpone our current AU tour. We want you all to know that you mean the world to us and that we wouldn’t have made this decision unless it was absolutely necessary. Since we all took a global break from touring, things just aren’t the same as they were and we are not in a position to continue the tour as planned.
We are working tirelessly to reschedule dates and make sure we return with everything you deserve. Ticket holders will be notified via email with instructions soon. Your existing tickets will be valid for the new dates, however, refunds will also be available. We will continue to update you on the situation as things develop. Please stay with us, we owe you everything.
Scott, Chris, Jonny, Wade, Scotty and Mickey.
This mega-tour was only announced in late December last year. Promoting their latest album, 2022's The Hum, the group is known for their singles Seein' Red and Save Me (Wake Up Call), both of which were hits on the US Modern Rock chart.
"Not only will we be giving you different set lists every night, we’ll be unveiling songs off our newest album, The Hum, some for the first time ever," guitarist Chris Lewis said when the tour was initially announced. "We’re playing quite a few shows, so we’re gonna make sure there are unique surprises every night. We can’t wait to see you all out there."
The Hum is the band's first album in over a decade and was accompanied by a short film for Magnetic and the title track.
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The rescheduled dates haven't been announced yet. In the meantime, ticketholders still interested in going are advised to hold their tickets, which will be valid when the band returns. Refunds will be made available for punters who can no longer make it.