The Aliens forced to cancel UK tour

Singer Gordon Anderson breaks a collarbone after 'high jinx'

The Aliens forced to cancel UK tour
The Aliens have been forced to cancel their UK and Irish tour after some “overly high jinx” resulted in an injury to frontman Gordon Anderson.

The singer fell and broke his collarbone whilst climbing a tree at the weekend (March 10). 

As a result the band will be unable to play the following dates:
Sheffield Leadmill (March 14)
Nottingham Social (15)
Bristol Fleece (18)
London ULU (19)
Leeds Faversham (20)
Newcastle Cluny (21)
Glasgow Classic Grande (23)
Belfast Speakeasy (24)
Dublin Crawdaddy (25)

Fans that have bought tickets can use them again when the dates are rescheduled or contact the promoter for a refund.
The group’s debut album ‘Astronomy For Dogs’ is released next week (March 19).

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