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doesnt sound good...
was nasty, proper thud when the car hit him..hope hes ok ..
and they are rather good at A&E at the Royal London. When i was having heart problems a few years back they were amongst the most helpful and quick.
It could have been something else though! Don't panic!!!!!!!!!!!1
if they cancelled their manchester & glasgow shows due to illness, how come they're out partying in London?
were the reason for cancellation?
the Young Knives, both nights were sold out, so ticket sales can't have been to blame as both nights were sold out.
Personally I felt that the band might have been getting too big for their boots, and thought that these gigs might have been beneath them not that they become a 'biger' band
CYHSY 2.0 written all over them!
I'm assuming they all didn't collectively contract an illness. If the drummer felt fine then I don't blame him for not sitting round in a hotel.
Erm, so it doesn't add up that he was feeling ill at Jools Holland and felt worse the next day, hence the late notice on the cancellations?
which could've happened overnight after the jool's recording
I didn't see the whole band there.
My hardly-the-BBC-news blog post is here for anyone that cares :)
rough trade? so the illness thing definitely doesnt add up
That doesn't make sense. Rostam felt ill on Tuesday, recorded for Jools Holland, felt worse the next day cancelled the gigs. Rest of the band were bored, went to the NME awards, Chris got run over. I think they were waiting until today to decide if Rostam was well enough to play, then Chris' accident put paid to that. It's pretty simple! There isn't always another story.
the way they report things like this is in much the same cadence as your mate at the pub retelling what happened last friday night.
Vampire 'Weakened' or "Who gives a fuck about a gaylord coma?"