Passion Pit have cancelled three more concerts after last week postponing a number of gigs due to frontman Michael Angelakos' mental health worries.
The band are currently on a US tour and have pulled a show in Utah and two in Colorado, including one which supposed to be with the band Justice.
Michael Angelakos has previously spoken about his issues with his mental health, citing that for the reason the first number of concerts
In a statement posted on Passionpitmusic.com, the band explained: “Thanks to everyone for all of their love and support throughout these past couple weeks.
“While we're excited to see you over the next two weekends at Lollapalooza, Osheaga and Outside Lands, we're sorry to let you know that we need to postpone our upcoming weekday shows in Colorado and Salt Lake City in order for Michael to continue to improve his mental health and complete a procedure that week.
“We know that this is disappointing to fans who were planning on coming to these shows, and we want you to know we're doing everything we can to try and make it up to you. In fact, we are happy to announce three rescheduled dates from last week in Charlotte/Nashville/Knoxville-- the shows will take place in September as part of our fall tour.
“And we'll keep you posted on Colorado/Salt Lake City as soon as we can. Please visit the TOUR PAGE for a list of all current tour dates.
“We appreciate everyone's support and patience. We'll see you soon.”
Check out our review
of Passion Pit’s latest album ‘Gossamer.'