Disclosure have cancelled their forthcoming tour due to "unforseen circumstances".
Following the announcement of the 10-date tour earlier this week, which listed dates in Berlin, London and the U.S., the duo have taken to Twitter to post a statement regarding the cancellation.
In the statement, brothers Howard and Guy Lawrence wrote: "Due to unforeseen circumstances we‘re unable to play all the European and US upcoming DJ shows scheduled for March and April. We feel it’s for the best to reschedule all of these club sets when we can play them all properly. We can’t wait to be back with you, you will be the first to know when we get new dates locked in. In the meantime all other dates remain unaffected."
Disclosure were also slated to perform at this year's Coachella, which was officially postponed as of yesterday (11th March).
The cancellation of the duo's tour comes in the midst of a number of cancellations due to the global outbreak of novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. Berlin institution Berghain recently announced that they would be cancelling all self-produced club events until mid-April. Among the other festivals and events to be cancelled so far are Tomorrowland Winter, Ultra Miami, and the Winter Music Conference.
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