The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll. Many are feeling fatigued and eager to return to some sense of normalcy. With over a year of no live shows, bands finally have the opportunity to book a tour or perform at festivals. However, as we’ve all seen, it hasn’t been easy. Unfortunately, Nonpoint haven’t had much luck since they began their journey returning to the road. The group started this month feeling excited to embark on their first tour in two years. However, their return was cut short when the band’s trailer was unhitched and crashed into a wooded area resulting in damaged gear and merch. Luckily, no one was injured but, shortly after the incident, two of the bandmembers contracted COVID-19, as the band eventually had no choice but to cut their tour short.
The group has shared a video from their experience and asks those who want to help, visit their website, and purchase an exclusive design, which will help pay for the recent damages.
Watch the video below: