RefusedTim Tronckoe

Refused Working On New Music, Cancel Fall European Tour


Refused have announced the unsurprising news that they have had to cancel their fall European tour in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. In a statement issued earlier today, August 14th, the band offered:

“Hey everyone, unfortunately due to the ongoing restrictions imposed by COVID, we have no choice but to cancel our upcoming EU tour dates that were scheduled for Sept. Ticket holders should contact their point of purchase for refunds.

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Whilst we are frustrated to have not been able to play live for you this year, it has allowed us to focus on releasing some new new music. On Sat Aug 29th, as part of Record Store Day, we will be releasing a limited edition vinyl of the session with did at Maida Vale Studios for our friends at the BBC Radio One Rock Show last year. Titled ‘Not Fit For Broadcast- Live At The BBC’, it will be available exclusively on vinyl that day and will feature all the songs we recorded for that session (including one that’s not been aired).

Additionally, we have also be working on more new music that we are incredibly excited about and will have more info on that really soon. In the meantime, stay safe and healthy!”

If you missed it, the group recently released a new track titled “A Like Supreme” under their Samurai alter ego. That song was recorded for the upcoming ‘Cyberpunk 2077‘ video game and can be found here.

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