Haim reschedule European tour dates

The band's show at London's Heaven will now take place on May 28

Haim reschedule European tour dates

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Haim have rescheduled a number of their forthcoming European tour dates, including their show at London's Heaven.

The Heaven gig was set to take place on April 24, but will now happen on May 28.

Shows in Paris, Cologne, Berlin and Amsterdam have also been pushed forward so they can finish up their debut LP, whilst their Brussels show has been cancelled. Fans who cannot make the new dates will receive full refunds.

The Los Angeles based band posted a video breaking the news earlier today (April 18) via Facebook.

"We're just putting the finishing touches on the record, and we're almost there - we can like, taste it, we can smell it... but we have to finish it, and because we have to finish it we have to reschedule this European run," explains bass player Este Haim in the video.

"We're really sad about it... but we want to put out the best record possible."

Este added that she's "probably going to DJ" after every show on their forthcoming tour.

Haim released their their new EP, 'Falling', on April 1.

They will also support Beyoncé at the Sound of Change Live gig in Twickenham on June 1 and play Mumford & Sons' Olympic Park show on July 6, as well as performing at Glastonbury and T In The Park festivals.

Haim will play:

Dublin Whelans (May 25)
Glasgow SWG3 (27)
London Heaven (28)
London KOKO (30)

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