In Fear And Faith Drop Off In This Moment Tour

by | Dec 10, 2009

In Fear And Faith have been forced to drop off their current tour with In This Moment. The band issued the following update:

“Unfortunately we are going to have to drop off of the last week of tour. We sincerely apologize to anyone we’ve let down who’s been looking forward to coming to one of our shows. There’s nothing that makes us happier than playing our music for incredible people everynight, but it’s a difficult lifestyle. We tour 300+ days a year and make huge sacrifices at home and in life to pursue this. An urgent situation arose at home for one of our members that’s needs to be taken care of…there’s not a worse feeling in the world than feeling helpless because we’re not home to tend to a situation. We hope all our friends/fans can understand, and we promise to make it up to anyone we’ve let down. We are JUST dropping off the last week of this tour, we WILL be at all the other shows listed, and we have some incredible and exciting things happening in 2010. Let me emphasize how incredible motionless in white and in this moment are…if you planned on going to any of the shows we’re missing, please make sure you still go and support the bands. I personally watched both bands almost everynight and was blown away everytime. We love both bands tremendously and we know you guys would enjoy them too. We love all of you…and get stoked for 2010. We’ll be writing for the new album for the next couple months and recording soon. Thanks for the ongoing support, and we’ll be seeing all of you soon 🙂 Ramin & InFAF <3”

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