Politically charged rap-rock trio the Fever 333 have been forced to take a few weeks off and cancel the September dates of their Revolver-presented fall trek due to frontman Jason Aalon Butler's health issues. The singer has experienced "complications from a lung condition" and been advised by doctors to take a short medical leave from touring. According the band, no further issues are anticipated, and all remaining dates for 2019 are expected to go off as scheduled. Refunds for canceled shows will be available from the point of purchase.
"I am already actively targeting the issue with my doctors and we are all certain that I will be back to where I need to be in a few weeks," Butler stated in a social media post. "In the interim I hope you all know I am terribly upset about the inability to perform and share that time with y'all, but promise to make it up ASAP and am making sure I do this now in order to avoid any further significant damage. Thank y'all for always holding me down, even in the less ideal times."
Fever 333 are set to resume touring starting on October 4th in Council Bluffs, Iowa. For a preview of what you can look forward to from the group's incendiary live show, watch their full set in NYC from earlier this year below.