California punks Unwritten Law have postponed their 17-date Australian tour

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California punks Unwritten Law have postponed their 17-date Australian tour

Unwritten Law

The band was due to perform at The Corner Hotel on March 4.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Southern Californian punk band Unwritten Law will be postponing the Australian leg of their album tour.

Their 17-date tour for ‘The Hum’ was their largest AU tour organised to date, and will, unfortunately, be rescheduled to later in the year.

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“Australia, it breaks our hearts to announce that we must postpone our current AU tour,” the band announced in a statement. “We want you all to know that you mean the world to us and that we wouldn’t have made this decision unless it was absolutely necessary. Since we all took a global break from touring, things just aren’t the same as they were and we are not in a position to continue the tour as planned.

We are working tirelessly to reschedule dates and make sure we return with everything you deserve. Ticket holders will be notified via email with instructions soon. Your existing tickets will be valid for the new dates, however, refunds will also be available. We will continue to update you on the situation as things develop. Please stay with us, we owe you everything.”

The 90’s punk outfit was due to perform their brand new album The Hum across 17 dates and 5 states, promising multiple nights overflowing with new music and nostalgia. The tour was to travel extensively through Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria, rounding off with dates across Western Australia and South Australia.

Their first album in over a decade, The Hum is a concept album divided into the four phases of the waxing and waning of the moon. It sees a return to form for the veteran punk outfit, exploring themes of truth and beauty, reality and fantasy. It was released in 2022 with a short film to accompany their singles ‘Magnetic’ and ‘The Hum’.

Fans are advised to hold onto tickets for the rescheduled dates, or if they are cannot attend the new dates they will be able to get a refund at the point of purchase.