Citing a “family emergency,” The Crimson Armada has pulled out of their tour with The Chariot and Vanna.
Oh, bum out city. Bum out for the band, that is. I hope all is well. You never, ever want to hear that someone’s got a family emergency.
The tour? Who gives a flying fuck? Vanna, The Chariot??? I’d rather listen to the sound of my feet getting ripped up in a blender.
“We regret to inform everyone that due to a family emergency within a member of the TCA family,” says the band. “We will no longer be apart of the Vanna/The Chariot tour. We’re on our way home now and to those who personally know us, you know that family comes before anything that we do and in this case it’s imperative that we put family first. We apologize to all of our fans and the bands on the tour. We’ll be back very soon!”
The Greenery has now joined the tour as The Crimson Armada’s replacement.
But what about all the people who bought tickets just because of The Crimson Armada? Those three dudes might want their money back. I’m kidding. Come on, folks. Don’t hate on me. I’m just joshing.
But seriously, no one cares.
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