May 14, 2009 14:08
Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan US tour postponed
Shows have been pushed back until September
The debut US live shows from Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan have been postponed until September.
The dates were set to take pace in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles later this month to support the duo’s second alum ‘Sunday At Devil Dirt’.
Campbell announced the news on her Myspace page, saying:
“Due to unavoidable circumstances I am disappointed and sorry to announce that we have had to postpone NYC, San Francisco and Los Angeles concerts until September this year. For anyone who has bought tickets, these tickets will still be valid in September. And I am sorry for any inconvenience. The good news is that there will be a more extensive U.S and Canadian tour at this time. Thanks for bearing with me! More information to follow....”
Campbell was previously a member of Belle & Sebastian, while Lanegan is known for his involvement with Screaming Trees, Queens Of The Stone Age and the Gutter Twins.
The pair released their debut album ‘Ballad Of The Broken Seas’ in 2006, and the record was subsequently nominated for the Mercury Music Prize.
--By our New York staff.
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