Bad Omens Cancel Summer Tour Due To “Extreme Burnout”

Bad Omens have announced that they are cancelling their summer tour dates due to “extreme burnout”.

In a statement posted to social media today (May 23), frontman Noah Sebastian says “While all the touring and work that we’ve put into this album cycle the last several years has been so gratifying and rewarding, it has also pushed me to the limites of my mental bandwidth. Putting my mind and body in conflict with one another in ways that are becoming detrimental to my health on the road.”

“That said, after heavy consideration we’ve decided that we need to cancel all of our performances coming up this summer in Europe and the UK. This decision is in the best interest of my health and wellbeing, and of the long term sustainability of Bad Omens. We need to protect and restore all of the energy that will be demanded of us again soon as we transition into the next chapter.”

He concludes “We know this will be disappointing, but we ask that you respect our choice to put health first.”

In the UK, the band had been set to appear at Download Festival this June. Bad Omens new album, ‘Concrete Jungle (OST)’, is set for release on May 31 via Sumerian Records and features the collaborative singles ‘V.A.N.’ with Poppy and ‘The Drain’ with HEALTH.

Read Noah’s statement in full below:

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