Band offer 'sincerest apologies' to fans

DIIV have reportedly cancelled their current European tour following ill-health.

The band, who released second album ‘Is The Is Are’ in February, recently played a number of UK shows, including gigs in London, Manchester and Leeds. They had been scheduled to play Liverpool on Sunday (March 27) but the venue posted on Saturday (March 26) that the band were forced to cancel the show.

“Due to an urgent health issue, we regret that DIIV will be cancelling the remaining shows of their European tour,” a Facebook post from the Liverpool Arts Club read.

“The band express their sincerest apologies to the fans, and will be working to get the shows rescheduled for a later date.”

DIIV had been expected to play a gig in Brighton on Monday (March 28) before dates in mainland Europe through to April.

NME has approached a press representative for DIIV for clarification on the reports.

Due to an urgent health issue, we regret that DIIV will be cancelling the remaining shows of their European tour. The…

Posted by Arts Club on Saturday, 26 March 2016

The band’s second album, ‘Is The Is Are’ includes the single ‘Dopamine’. Sky Ferreira appears on the track ‘Blue Boredom’.

‘Is The Is Are’ is the follow up to DIIV’s 2012 debut ‘Oshin’, with the group previously describing their new material as “darker” than their first full-length.