Noisettes cancel North American headlining tour

Band needs a break, says their agent

Noisettes cancel North American headlining tour
Noisettes have pulled the plug on their North American tour which was due to kick off last night in Washington DC.

According to a press release “The band members came to the conclusion they needed to take a break if they were going to be at their best for the tour.”

“They’ve been on the road for two years,” said their agent Matt Hickey “It’s frustrating and it was a tough decision for them to make, but they decided they needed to get some rest, regroup and come back and do it right.”

The band are working on rescheduling the tour for early 2008.

The cancelled dates are:

Philadelphia, PA North Star (September 13)
Boston, MA Middle East (downstairs) (14)
New York, NY Bowery Ballroom (15)
Brooklyn, NY Luna Lounge (16)
Montreal Main Hall (18)
Toronto Lee’s Palace (19)
Detroit, MI Magic Stick (21)
Chicago, IL Metro (22)
Madison, WI The Annex (23)
Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Eatery (24)
Seattle, WA Chop Suey (27)
Vancouver Plaza Nightclub (28)
Portland, OR Dantes (29)
San Francisco, CA Bottom Hill (October 2,3)
San Diego, CA No venue specified (5)
Los Angeles, CA Detour Festival (6)

--By our New York staff.
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