Shitdisco cancel gigs as 'cyclical vomiting syndrome' strikes

They're forced to pull out of dates in the UK and Spain

Shitdisco cancel gigs as 'cyclical vomiting syndrome' strikes
Shitdisco have cancelled a series of gigs after bassist Joel Stone is diagnosed with Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome.

Dates in Madrid, Bilbao and Santa Pola in Spain have all been cancelled as well as the three shows the group were due to play next week around the UK as part of Adventures In The Beetroot Fields.

This follows a series of cancel UK shows earlier in the year.

Posting on their Myspace page, the band said: “Joel is out of hospital and back on his feet, but we've had to cancel our shows on the Adventures In The Beetroot Field and our Spanish shows... He needs some rest and we need to get our heads together.

“He's been diagnosed with ’Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome’. Which seems fairly self-explanatory, but at least it has a name now. We'll keep you updated. Sincere apologies to anyone who was coming to those gigs.”

Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome is a condition which leads to recurring bouts of nausea, vomiting, stomach pain and headaches.

The shows affected are:

Newcastle Digital (17 October)
London Fabric (18)
Brighton Digital (19)
Madrid El Sol (25)
Bilbao Café Antzokia (26)
Santa Pola Camelot Club (27)

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