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FEET have had to cancel their September UK headline tour

“We miss playing to you more than anything in the world, when we can, let’s make these shows better and bigger than the last.”
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Published: 11:18 am, June 12, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
FEET have had to cancel their September UK headline tour

FEET have announced that they have had to cancel their upcoming September UK headline tour

Already rescheduled from their earlier planned dates of May, the five date run would of seen the band headline rooms in Bristol, London, Manchester, Brighton and their old stomping grounds of Coventry - debuting new music along with cracking favourites

Now however, due to ‘everything going on’, the band have had to pull those dates

In a statement, FEET said: “To many of you it may already be clear but, like so many other artists and performers, we’re having to cancel our September tour due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. It’s uncertain when we, and all our performing comrades, will be able to play again. We miss playing to you more than anything in the world, when we can, let’s make these shows better and bigger than the last. Until then, keep rocking in the free world and keep safe. To those who bought tickets, you will be refunded. Thanks for your cooperation“.

FEET have recently been debuting a string of ‘Live From The FEET Flat’ sessions, with the band performing favourites, covers and even some new numbers during these weeks. Check out one of ‘em below (debuting new track 'Library'), and our recent catch-up chat with frontman George here

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