Yeah Yeah Yeahs Cancel 3 Comeback Concerts Due to Heath Issues

Yeah Yeah Yeahs have canceled their three Australian comeback gigs due to unspecified heath issues. The band broke the news on social media earlier today (July 14), announcing that their Melbourne, Sydney, and Splendour in the Grass dates will no longer take place. “We apologize for such disappointing news, it weighs heavily on us,” the group wrote in their post. “We’ve been waiting a long time to see you again and w hope to return soon to fulfill our commitments in good health and spirits.” Find their full statement below. Pitchfork has reached out to Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ representatives for more information.

The indie rock trio returned in March, announcing their first live shows since 2019. The first string of dates took place at the O2 Apollo in Manchester, England on June 5, and the O2 Academy Brixton in London on June 7 and June 8. Yeah Yeah Yeahs also played Primavera Sound in Barcelona last month.

In May, Yeah Yeah Yeahs revealed that they had signed with Secretly Canadian, and promised to release new music this fall. They also announced a string of live dates in New York and Los Angeles. They are currently slated to play New York’s Forest Hills Stadium on October 1 with support from the Linda Lindas, who will also appear alongside Japanese Breakfast at Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ October 6 Hollywood Bowl show.

Early last month, the band announced Cool It Down, their first new album in nine years (following 2013’s Mosquito), which arrives September 30. They also shared lead single “Spitting Off the Edge of the World,” featuring Perfume Genius, who co-starred in the vivid, Cody Critcheloe-directed music video for the song.

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