Mystery Jets have announced their rescheduled UK tour dates after health issues forced the band to postpone their tour dates and album release.
In September, Mystery Jets' Blaine Harrison had to undergo emergency surgery "to halt an infection close to my bone from spreading around my body."
The band postponed their forthcoming UK tour in support of their new album A Billion Heartbeats, which was also postponed in light of Harrison's surgery.
Today (7 November), Mystery Jets have announced their rescheduled tour dates, which will kick off at Manchester's Academy 2 on 10 April 2020.
Announcing the news on socials earlier today, Mystery Jets wrote, "We promised we’d be back."
Original tickets purchased will still be valid for the new dates next year.
A Billion Heartbeats is apparently arriving on 1 January 2020 (according to their site). In Harrison's health update late September, he wrote, "My road to resumption will almost entirely consist of hanging out in my pyjamas on the couch for the next few months, but to make the most of that time we are going to be exploring the themes of the album in other ways, details of which we are hyped to share with you soon."