Bandmembers Johnny McDaid and Nathan Connolly are each out of motion for the forseeable

Snow Patrol have been pressured to tug their Glastonbury efficiency after docs suggested their pianist/guitarist to hunt quick surgical procedure.

Johnny McDaid, the Northern Irish band’s pianist, guitarist and backing vocalist, is experiencing “critical” issues along with his neck, frontman Gary Lightbody introduced on Fb at present (June 25).

The band have additionally cancelled all their forthcoming exhibits in Europe this summer season up till Latitude pageant on July 20, citing the necessity to give McDaid time to recuperate.

Moreover, guitarist and backing vocalist Nathan Connolly is indisposed with nerve harm and has been informed to relaxation for an additional 4 weeks earlier than choosing up his instrument once more.

“To exchange Johnny it could take not less than two folks and with Nathan nonetheless out with nerve harm (he’s slowly on the mend) he’s additionally nonetheless unable to play guitar we really feel it’s simply not applicable to proceed with exhibits at this stage,” Lightbody wrote.

“It isn’t simply their guitars and pianos that will be missed. Their backing vocals are important to our sound and their power and spirits are colossal and are irreplaceable forces.”

Lightbody mentioned the band don’t take choices to cancel gigs “evenly” however “well being is crucial factor” for his or her “brothers”.

The Charlatans will exchange Snow Patrol on The Different Stage this Friday, June 28 at 6.30pm, Glastonbury organisers introduced through the pageant’s official Twitter feed.

Snow Patrol additionally mentioned they purpose to embark on their acoustic tour of Asia, Australia and New Zealand in August as a result of Connolly “will very seemingly be healed in time”.