The indie-rock group Modest Mouse had to postpone their show in Boise, Idaho after a new member of the band’s family was born early.
The group was supposed to perform at Boise’s Outlaw Field on Wednesday. However, they took to social media to explain that they would have to reschedule.
“Due to the unexpected timing of the birth of a child in the Modest Mouse family, the band have to cancel their appearance in Boise tomorrow,” the group said in a statement on Tuesday. “Modest Mouse are truly sorry for the late notice and inconvenience but promise to return soon with a makeup performance.”
If fans are willing to wait until next year, they can catch Modest Mouse performing at the venue in 2020. At this time, a new date has not been announced, but tickets will be honored at the new show. Those unable to make the performance can seek refunds via point of purchase.
Modest Mouse has not released an album since 2015’s Strangers To Ourselves, but they returned this year with the track “I’m Still Here.” The group is best-known for 2004’s “Float On” and “The World At Large” from Good News For People Who Love Bad News and We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank‘s “Dashboard” and “Missed the Boat.” They are currently on tour with The Black Keys through Late November.