Southampton’s Bury Tomorrow initially planned to drop their sixth album ‘Cannibal’ next week, but due to the coronavirus pandemic they’ve decided to reschedule its release.
Initially set to come out on April 3rd 2020, the band will now release ‘Cannibal’ on July 3rd 2020 instead.
You can read the band’s full statement explaining this decision below.
An Update on Cannibal 👇 pic.twitter.com/JUdyqidAO2
— BURY TOMORROW (@burytomorrow) March 24, 2020
“Hey guys, us again…
So as the situation with COVID-19 escalates, we’ve been realising that it’s going to be a near impossible task to release ‘Cannibal’ on April 03. To be straight with you, we just can’t guarantee anyone would receive their physical copy in time or in fact if it would arrive at all.
We’ve spoke with our team and have decided that July 03 is the best alternative for us to release this record, not only can we guarantee everyone will have the record on this date but we also hope that this pandemic will be on the decline by then and we can give this record the release we all want, worldwide!
We really appreciate your patience and understanding, we know this sucks and we are all gutted. We will be doing all we can to keep you informed and updated along the way.
Expect to hear more of the record over the next few months and also a lot of digital interaction from us!
Jason, Dav, Dan, Kristen & Adam”
The band’s sixth studio album, ‘Cannibal’, will be released on July 3rd 2020 through Music For Nations/Sony Music.