The Ting Tings cancel tonight's Bristol gig due to illness

Duo's singer Katie White has bronchitis and is unable to perform

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The Ting Tings have been forced to cancel their gig at Bristol's Trinity venue tonight (December 1).

The band, who are currently putting the finishing touches to their long-awaited second album 'Sounds From Nowheresville', have been forced to shelve the gig as singer Katie White has contracted bronchitis. They have promised to reschedule the gig as soon as they can.

The band tweeted the news this morning, writing: "Have some crap news! Tonight's Trinity Bristol gig is off. Katie is suffering from Bronchitis. We'll make it up to you as soon as we can."

'Sounds From Nowheresville' is slated for a February 2012 release. It is the much delayed follow-up to the band's 2008 debut album 'We Started Nothing'.

The band recently told NME that the gap between their albums had been so lengthy as they scrapped an entire album's worth of material after working on tracks in Berlin.

You can watch the video for The Ting Tings' recent single 'Hands' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

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