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Structures Vocalist To Miss Australian Tour Dates

Structures has checked in with the following statement about the band's vocalist missing upcoming Australian tour dates:

"We are sad to announce that our vocalist Nick was not able to make the trip to New Zealand and Australia. It was brought to our attention 2 days prior to our flight that all of our passports had been lost in the mail. In order to get emergency passports issued we all needed to present two pieces of identification.

"Unfortunately, Nick's second piece of I.D was his passport and wasn't able to get the proper identification in order before the singularity tour due to time restrictions and being out-of province. We had 24 hours to get new passports made and received them 3 hours prior to our flight. This is a HUGE bummer for all of us and wish we had some sort of control over this.

"With that being said, we will have our tour manager and good friend Alex Lidstone fill in for Nick on vocal duties for this tour. Alex learned the lyrics and patterns ON the flight to New Zealand. We can't express how thankful we are for his last minute assistance with this emergency.

"If you know our lyrics, we encourage you to help us out and sing along with us this month. This is a dream come true, and the fact that the rest of us were able to make this tour is honestly nothing short of a miracle. Thanks for your understanding, we are making the absolute best out of this situation.

"Cant wait to see all your faces Australia!"

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