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April 2020
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Pale Waves have pulled out of a few shows following a bus accident

They're temporarily off the Halsey tour.
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Published: 5:23 pm, February 28, 2020
Pale Waves have pulled out of a few shows following a bus accident

Pale Waves have been forced to pull out of a few shows following a serious bus accident.

No one's seriously hurt, they explain in a statement which you can find in full below, but it means they can't make their next few support slots on the Halsey tour.

"Last night we were involved in a serious bus accident on our way to the Berlin show. We were really lucky and no-one has been seriously hurt, but we are not able to play the next few shows. We have loved playing these shows with Halsey and hope to be back on the tour really soon."

The band are playing loads of UK festivals this summer, including Truck, Kendal Calling and Live At Leeds, plus The 1975's big outdoor show in Finsbury Park.

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