Conditions Drop Off Tour With The Almost, Blame Financial Situation


News is pretty slow this morning, but I have always tried to argue that anything is better than bad news. Unfortunately, everything about this story sucks.

Around 10AM (EST) this morning, Conditions made a post on their Facebook announcing that they have been forced to cancel their upcoming tour plans with The Almost and Palisades. Over the course of their four-paragraph message, Conditions detail how their current financial situation has forced them to make tough decisions, including canceling plans to embark on this run. You can view their message below:

TOUR CANCELLATION: It is with extremely heavy hearts that we have to announce that we will no longer be a part of this upcoming tour with The Almost and Palisades.

Over the last few weeks, we’ve tried figuring out ways financially to have this tour make sense without us going further into debt, but the harsh reality is that we just can’t. A tremendous amount of expenses go into doing a tour out west, and we truthfully just cannot dig another hole for ourselves.

Our sincerest apologies go out to anyone who was planning to come and see us, a huge thank you to The Almost for having considered us on their record release tour, and we hope to make it up to everyone soon. Please go and support this tour because there will be some excellent music at these shows.

No band ever wants to be in this position, but sometimes that tough call has to be made. We are gutted about making that call, but hope we can bounce back as soon as possible. Thank you for your continued support, and we hope to see you soon.

Much love,

As much as it sucks to see such talented guys held back by the almighty dollar, it’s a bit refreshing to see guys willing to take a step back instead of turning to the likes of Kickstarter or Indiegogo to make things happen. Conditions know that with time, hard work, and just a bit of patience they can get back to the road. I just hope fans wait around for that time to come.

James Shotwell

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