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James Murphy, LCD Soundsystem - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

James Murphy, LCD Soundsystem - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

LCD Cancel Australian Tour

by Noise11.com on January 26, 2018

in News

LCD Soundsystem has cancelled their Australian and New Zealand tour. The tour was due to start in Perth on 12 February.

In a statement Frontier Touring Company announced:

LCD Soundsystem and Frontier Touring regret to advise the cancellation of the Australia/New Zealand leg of their tour due to unforeseen conflicts.

The band extend their sincere apologies for the cancellation and hope to return down under soon.

Nick Murphy was booked as support.

Cites effected are Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland.

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