Aisles postpone European tour
Aisles push back European dates to October and November in wake of Belgian attacks
Aisles have postponed their European tour following the recent attacks in Belgium.
They were due to kick off a nine-date run in the Netherlands, UK, France and Germany on April 1, but have shelved those plans after 35 people were killed and more than 300 injured when two blasts struck Zaventem Airport and another on Brussels metro system earlier this month.
The band say in a statement: “We're very sorry to announce that due to the Belgium attacks we've been forced to postpone our European tour to October/November.
“We're working on the new dates but they will be announced very soon. We promise we will make it up to you with an awesome set – and you will have heard much more of our new album by then.”
Sebastian Vergara, Rodrigo Sepulveda, German Vergara, Juan Pablo Gaete, Daniel Baird-Kerr and Felipe Candia released their third studio album 4:45AM on vinyl for the first time earlier this month. It was originally launched in 2013.
The band have also made their track Club Hawaii available to download for free.
Aisles 2016 affected dates
Apr 01: Oostburg The Lane, Netherlands
Apr 02: Zoetermeer Progdreams Festival, Netherlands
Apr 03: London Barfly, UK
Apr 06: Paris Peniche Antipode, France
Apr 08: Nancy Chez Paulette, France
Apr 14: Dusseldorf Pitcher, Germany
Apr 15: Russelsheim Das Rind, Germany
Apr 16: Kampden Progkampen, Netherlands
Apr 17: Den Bosch Haunted Sky Festival, Netherlands