Florence + the Machine has postponed the rest of its U.Okay. tour after lead singer Florence Welch broke her foot.
The charismatic frontwoman for orchestral rock band took to social media on Saturday (Nov. 19) to share the upsetting information with followers, noting that she had been dancing on her injured foot whereas acting at London’s O2 Enviornment on Friday night.
“I’m so sorry to say that after an X ray it appears I used to be dancing on a damaged foot final evening,” Welch wrote on Instagram alongside a photograph of a blood-spattered empty stage.
The singer is thought for performing barefoot throughout live shows. Video footage from Friday’s live performance exhibits the group’s stage crew wiping the stage between songs, presumably due to the blood.
Welch continued, “It isn’t in my nature to postpone a present, and positively not a UK tour, however I’m in ache and as dancers know, dancing on an damage shouldn’t be a good suggestion. And have been informed to not carry out to keep away from additional harm.”
Florence + the Machine’s U.Okay. tour was scheduled to run via Nov. 30 in Dublin, Eire. The trek might be rescheduled for 2023. At press time, the band had stay exhibits scheduled for subsequent 12 months in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the U.Okay., based on its web site.
“Please hold on to your tickets. We’re working our hardest to reschedule these dates for subsequent 12 months and we’ll let you already know as quickly as potential,” Welch added in her put up. “I’m heartbroken because the Dance Fever tour has been my favorite present we now have ever placed on. The communion with you. Your stunning faces shining. I like you a lot, and I’m so sorry to anybody who’s disillusioned.”
Florence + the Machine is touring in assist of its newest album, Dance Fever, which topped the U.Okay. chart, and reached No. 1 on Fakazakamp‘s High Rock Albums and High Different Albums charts.
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