Nothing But Thieves and Amber Run will now headline the venue on December 1 instead
Twin Atlantic have postponed their show at London’s Jack Rocks The Macbeth due to illness.
The gig, which was due to take place next week (December 1), will now go ahead on January 26 after singer Sam McTrusty was diagnosed with laryngitis and a chest infection, and advised by doctors not to perform. The band had previously pulled the last date of their European tour in Paris last night (November 26) after McTrusty lost his voice on stage in Rotterdam earlier in the week.
In a statement, Twin Atlantic said: “Due to Sam’s illness and following medical advice, we have had to postpone our stripped back show at the Macbeth in London on December 1st. People who have purchased tickets or won competition tickets will be informed of details of a new show to take place on January 26th. All tickets will still be vailid, or full refunds for purchased tickets are available. We sincerely apologise for having to postpone the show and hope to see you in 2015!”
Both Nothing But Thieves (pictured above) and Amber Run (pictured right) will now step up to headline Jack Rocks The Macbeth in Hoxton on December 1 instead. They will be supported by Itch at the gig, which will be free entry. Click here to win tickets to the gig.
Jack Daniel’s, in association with NME and Spotify, are collaborating with Hoxton music venue The Macbeth to create a new hub for shows from bands big and small, as well as workshops and Q&As.
For more information on what’s coming up at the venue head to NME.COM/jackrocks.
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