The band TEEN has announced that they are going to have to cancel the rest of their current 2019 tour due to health concerns. In an Instagram post made yesterday, the group simply told fans that they were very sorry to have to cancel the shows, but hope to be back to performing soon. There were very few details given in the post, so fans have bene left mostly in the dark by TEEN. The group released their newest album, a project titled Good Fruit, at the start of March and had been on tour with a series of shows planned in Ohio and Toronto this week. Sadly, fans will have to wait to see TEEN perform, and hopefully not for long.
TEEN is an indie rock band started by three sisters, Kristina, Katherine and Lizzie Lieberson. The three started performing together in 2010 and soon found themselves as a part of the Carpark Record label. Since then the group has released five full studio albums, including the recent Good Fruit project. Hopefully whatever health concerns are hurting the band will be dealt with quickly and the group can return to performing soon. The post made by the band on Instagram can be found below, and following this is the link to an interview mxdwn recently did with TEEN.
Cancelled Tour Dates:
5/10 – Columbus, Ohio – Rumba Cafe
5/11 – Cincinnati, Ohio – MOTR Pub
5/13 – Milwaukee, WI – Cactus Club
5/14 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry
5/25 – Austin, TX – NOMADX @ Empire Control Room