L7 Postpone Upcoming
U.S. and Australian Tour Dates
Due To Family Health Emergency
L7 regretfully announce that they have postponed their upcoming U.S. and Australian tour dates due to a family health emergency. New U.S. dates have yet to be set, but the band currently plans to reschedule for later in 2016. Rescheduled Australian tour date information is available here. L7 ask for privacy on this personal matter and send their thanks to their loving fans for respecting their wishes.
Personal message from the band:
L7 regret to announce that due to a family health emergency of a private, non-trivial nature, we will have to postpone our upcoming U.S. and Australian tour dates. Although some of the shows were just very recently announced, LIFE HAPPENS and when it does you have to step up and take care of business for the ones you love.
Speaking of some other ones we love (YOU) … this is just a postponement. We plan to see you in 2016, just a few more months down the line. In the meantime, stayed tuned here. We will continue to post fun stuff and read your beautiful and sometimes hilarious comments.
Thanks for your understanding! With much love and appreciation, L Fuckin’ 7
Photo Credit: Rob Sheridan
The infamously fierce, feminist pioneers of American grunge punk came back into the spotlight upon the announcement of their documentary film, L7: Pretend We’re Dead, fully funded by fans across the globe via Kickstarter. Often credited as a leading force behind the grunge movement of the late ‘80s and for their influence on riot grrrl bands of the early ‘90s, the reaction to the announcement was far more electric than they could have expected, catalyzing a widely anticipated reunion of the band in its original line-up.
“Despite the very long haitus … L7 still pack major muscle on stage”
– Rolling Stone
“…the lung-busting vocals of both Sparks and Gardner sounded vicious for 18 songs”
– LA Weekly
“No one rocked harder than feminist grunge punk quartet L7”
“L7 don’t defy expectations — they detonate them.”
“…fully intact from 1992”
– SF Weekly