The band are forced to cancel Miami show but battle on in Los Angeles...

THE BRAVERY were forced to cancel their show on Friday night (March 25) in MIAMI when frontman SAM ENDICOTT lost his voice.

Upon arriving in Los Angeles the following morning, the singer was rushed to a specialist who previously treated Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme and Coldplay singer Chris Martin.

So as not to put the band’s co-headlining tour with Ash in jeopardy, the doctor advised The Bravery singer to rest up and refrain from speaking during the day.

According to keyboardist John Conway, the frontman made use of his mobile phone to communicate with his bandmates before their Los Angeles Troubadour gig, which went ahead as scheduled, last night (March 26).

“He spent all day writing notes and text messaging,” Conway told NME.COM. “He has something that affects his vocal chords. He saw a doctor and has been told to sing quietly.”

A representative for the band says that Endicott is getting better and no further dates are expected to be affected by the singer’s illness.