Following an injury to bassist Charlie Piper, Gnarwolves have had to postpone their ‘Gnarnival’ tour until after the new year.
The band have detailed how Piper broke both metacarpals in his hand, resulting in surgery and the impossibility of being ready to play the London shows.
You can read the band’s statement below:
We have some bad news.
Charlie has broken both metacarpals in his hand which has resulted in him having surgery and his hand being put in a cast. His doctor has recommended that he doesn’t play bass until he has fully recovered.
Unfortunately, this means we will have to reschedule the London shows we have planned this month.
However, we have rescheduled the shows for January 18th, 19th and 20th of January.
All tickets are still valid but you can get a refund at point of purchase if you’re not able to make the new dates.
We feel it’s appropriate to donate money from each of the shows to charity too. We will be announcing the details of this shortly!
We’re really sorry for this, sometimes things happen that are out of our control!
Until next year.
Lots of love, Gnarwolves
As a result, the dates for the show are now in January 2018, as shown below:
JANUARY 18 – LONDON, Montague Arms (playing ‘Fun Club’, ‘Cru’ and ‘Funemployed’)
JANUARY 19 – LONDON, The Old Blue Last (playing ‘Gnarwolves’ and ‘Adolescence’)
JANUARY 20 – LONDON, Sebright Arms (playing ‘Outsiders’)