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Yeasayer Forced To Cancel Edinburgh Show Tonight

Yeasayer Forced To Cancel Edinburgh Show Tonight

Brooklyn-based psych-pop band [b]Yeasayer[/b] have been forced to cancel their show in Edinburgh tonight (November 14).

The band, who's debut album 'All Hour Cymbals' was released to great acclaim a few weeks ago apologise to fans who had tickets for tonight's show. A double booking at The Hive venue means that Yeasayer will have to reschedule at a later date.

The band have, however, announced two other appearances in London taking place this month.

They will appear instore at [b]Rough Trade[/b] records in Brick Lane on November 19 and will also headline the Weather Club at 93 Foot East on November 30.

The rest of Yeasayer's tour now looks like this:

[b]Edinburgh, The Hive (CANCELLED) (November 14)
Leeds, Cockpit (15)
Bristol, Bar Academy (16)
Birmingham, Bar Academy (18)
London, Rough Trade In-Store (19)
London, Koko (W/ Electrelane) (29)
London, Weatherclub @ 93 Feet East (30)[/b]

Listen to Yeasayer tracks, including debut single '2080' on their MySpace page here.


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