The Horrors cancel Edinburgh and Liverpool shows

Faris Badwan has had to leave the tour to visit his doctor in London

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The Horrors have cancelled shows tonight (October 19) in Edinburgh and in Liverpool (October 20).

As explained on Thehorrors.co.uk, frontman Faris Badwan has had to return to London to see a doctor regarding “problems with my voice”. He added: “We made it through last night’s show in Newcastle but I am worse today so have no choice but to cancel… If there was any other solution I would jump on it with more enthusiasm than Josh at a Snoopy-branded accessories fair.”

The ‘Skying’ band have promised to reschedule the two shows and added their sincere apologies for postponing the gigs.

The Horrors will pick up the tour on October 21 at Oxford Academy 2.

The five piece recently covered Beyonce’s single ‘Best Thing I Never Had’ as part of BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge. Listen to their version of the track below:




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