Daughters postpone Australian tour


Reunited mathcore band Daughters have postponed their Australian tour due to frontman Alexis Marshall requiring shoulder surgery.

The outfit were scheduled to kick off their tour in Brisbane this Thursday, these dates will now be rescheduled to later this year, most likely Autumn.

"Fortunately, this is a ‘somehow’ a positive postponement, As we are already in the process of booking the new run, hoping for the same venues but just for a few months later," reads a statement from promoters Collateral Manage.

This has come about (you may recall) as Lex (vocalist of Daughters) in the reunion shows a few months ago, dislocated his shoulder – again! 
Its imperative that Lex takes time off now over the Australian Summer, to have surgery, and recover. The timing of the Australian tour, and the surgery dates didn’t work out in anyone’s favour. We have been waiting on surgery dates for weeks now, and this has only just come to light. 

At the moment, we ask you wait on the re-announcement, (within 2 weeks max) – to see if newer dates suit. All tickets will then remaining Valid for the new shows. If you will end up requiring a refund after the Tour is announced, we will be able to arrange. All in all, its a bummer, we know – and for those travelling all we can do is apologise. You will still be seeing Daughters soon play live in 2014, in Australia."

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