While Canadian band Struc/tures were denied entry into the U.S. last week, they were hopeful that they would be able to make at least some of the dates of the All Stars Tour, which started this past Friday. However, it appears that they weren’t able to resolve the border issues, and as a result, have been forced to drop off the entire tour. Sylar has been added to the bill in their place. Here’s what Structures had to say about it on their Facebook page.
As some of you know by now, we were unable to cross into the US due to unforeseen boarder issues last Sunday, and it breaks our heart to say that that we’re unable to resolve it in time to be able to do The All Stars Tour. Having just released “Life Through A Window”, this tour was very important for us to get the word out and play these new songs for you guys.
We will be making it priority to hit the places were missing in the upcoming months once this is sorted out. Please go to the shows and support all the bands, we seriously wish we could be there and do what we love with all of you.
The band’s sophomore album, Life Through a Window, was released on May 13th on Sumerian Records
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