LEIGH’S chart-topping band will reschedule their upcoming tour dates after some “tragic news”.

Following the band’s Number One album for ‘Anxiety Replacement Therapy’ in April, the Leigh-four piece have been travelling across Europe on their ‘This Is How It Feels Tour’ this month.

This has seen the band play shows in Berlin, Paris, and Antwerp, with the UK tour dates starting in Portsmouth on Thursday, November 16.

The chart-toppers were six gigs into their 12-date UK tour when they announced that they will have to reschedule their upcoming dates in London, Leeds, and Sheffield.

The band say that they will let fans know more details about further gigs, including their biggest show to date at Manchester Apollo, in due course.

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Leigh Journal: The band's 'This Is How It Feels' tour began earlier this monthThe band's 'This Is How It Feels' tour began earlier this month (Image: The Lottery Winners)
A statement from the Lottery Winners stated: “It is with absolute heartbreak that we will be postponing the upcoming shows of our tour.

“During the early hours of this morning, we received some tragic news and we will not be able to continue at this time.

“Tonight in London, tomorrow in Leeds, and Saturday in Sheffield will now be rescheduled for a date in the future and all tickets will remain valid.

“We will post a further update regarding Glasgow, Newcastle, and Manchester as soon as we can.

“We’re truly sorry for any inconvenience caused and we appreciate your understanding and sympathy in this difficult time.”