British electronic pop trio Years & Years has been forced to cut out a few dates off their tour of Asia, including their stop in Manila.
As revealed this Friday, the group apologized for having to cancel their performances in the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Hong Kong due to "unforeseen circumstances."
Years & Years did not detail the reason any further, but added that the latter half of their Asian tour, which would take them to Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea, will push through as scheduled.
Reschedules were promised for the canceled dates.
Local organizer MMI Live has posted a guide on how to get refunds for those who already bought tickets for the concert, which was supposed to be held at the Kia Theatre this February 25.
Years & Years is best known for old favorites like "King" and "Shine," off their massively successful debut album, "Communion."
They released their sophomore effort, "Palo Santo," last year and it has been well-received by critics for its exploration of masculinity and queerness.