What is an act to do when their frontman comes down with a massive throat infection? Cancel, of course.
That’s what Twenty One Pilots had the misfortune of doing today when they announced that their show in Taipei, Taiwan was cancelled. Taking to Twitter, frontman Tyler Joseph revealed that the cancellation came after being diagnosed with a throat infection.
As if that wasn’t bad enough, Joseph also revealed that this would be the duo’s first show cancellation in the history of their six-year career. On the upside, he does promise the Taiwan Skeleton Clique that they will return in the future to make it up to them. When that would be exactly, that will remain unknown for sometime.
Check out the message from Joseph below.
first show we've ever cancelled.
to our clique in Taiwan, so sorry to let you down.
we will be back http://t.co/qgDRPBhcSv—
tyler jøseph (@tylerrjoseph) July 14, 2015
No word yet if their show at the Suntec Singapore International Exhibition & Convention Centre in Singapore on Thursday (July 16) will also meet a similar fate.
Earlier this year, Twenty One Pilots released their fourth studio album, Blurryface, which landed at the number one spot on the Billboard 200. The rest of their Summer and part of the Fall will find the duo on a non-stop touring adventure in support of the record.