Biniki Kill have cancelled their deliberate European and UK tour dates for this month, attributable to a band member testing constructive for COVID-19 in addition to “different circumstances out of our management”.
The riot grrrl pioneers had been scheduled to carry out as part of this year’s Primavera Sound festival in Spain this month. They had been additionally set to carry out headline exhibits in Italy, France, Belgium and the UK, after their 2020 tour was postponed as a result of pandemic. These exhibits will not go forward both.
“We’re extraordinarily sorry that we are going to be unable to play these exhibits,” the band wrote in a press release, advising ticket-holders to contact venues for any questions concerning refunds.
The announcement comes after the band had been pressured to cancel a deliberate present in St. Augustine, Florida on Tuesday (Might 31), additionally attributable to a member having COVID-19.
Bikini Kill are set to commence touring again on June 23 with a present at Cat’s Cradle in Carrobo, North Carolina. They’ve North American dates booked from then till the tip of July, with European pageant gigs in August earlier than they return to the States for a handful of exhibits in September.
In different Bikini Kill information, final month guitarist Erica Daybreak Lyle and The Raincoats drummer Vice Cooler announced a benefit compilation, elevating cash for the Northeast Farmers of Color Land Trust. That’s out tomorrow (June 3) and options contributions from Bikini Kill vocalist Kathleen Hanna together with The Linda Lindas, Kim Gordon and extra.