In an unfortunate turn of events, Los Angeles based Confide have announced that they have cancelled their UK / European tour that was scheduled for the month of October due to failed contractual obligations on part of the promotion agency.  “We were really disappointed and disheartened when we had to cancel the tour” singer Ross Kenyon said.  “This would have been my first tour with the band back home to the UK and it was something we were greatly looking forward to.  We’re hoping to reschedule dates after the release of our next record.”

In a classic good news/bad news situation, the band is now freed up to work on writing their sophomore album which is already scheduled to be recorded with Joey Sturgis (The Devil Wears Prada, Attack Attack, Asking Alexandria, etc.) in December.  To check in on the writing progress of the album and any upcoming US dates for the band, please visit: http://www.myspace.com/confide.

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