Two Door Cinema Club cancels Europe tour due to bus player’s health –

Two Door Cinema Club has canceled its upcoming tour of Europe. The Northern Irish band says it was forced to make the decision due to a “curricular autoimmune disease” suffered by 33-year-old guitarist Kevin Bird. The band will perform in Amsterdam on 1 and 2 October.

In a message on social media, the guitarist of the popular indie rock band explained the decision late Thursday night. In it he wrote, among other things, that the performances of the band last summer were too heavy for him. In consultation with his doctors, it has now been decided to cancel the tour and undergo surgery. By doing so, Baird writes, the affected organ will be removed, making the disease more manageable.

He can’t give any clarification on if and when he can perform with the band again. “As it stands, the medical advice I’ve been given is that we need to wait and see how post-surgery recovery goes.” Bird concludes his message by thanking his bandmates Alex Trimble and Sam Hallyday and fans for their support. Thank you all for being the best fans in the world.

Two by Cinema Club was founded in 2007 and has since released five studio albums. The latest version, Keep On Smiling, was released last week.

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