Fireworks leave co-headlining tour with The Wonder Years, likely to return

Fireworks leave co-headlining tour with The Wonder Years, likely to return

After the sudden death of Fireworks vocalist, David Mackinder’s, father, the Detroit pop-punk act announced that they would have to drop out of their current co-headlining tour with The Wonder Years, and supporting acts Living With Lions and Make Do and Mend. This news comes shortly after Such Gold had to cancel.

The band originally tweeted:

“ATTN: Every one! We came off stage last night to some terrible news from home which has forced us to leave the tour indefinitely. Sincere apologies to everyone. This situation is still very new and surreal. We will let you know more once it is appropriate. <3 All of the shows ARE STILL HAPPENING. Just without us for the time being. Please continue to support our brothers in The Wonder Years, Make Do And Mend and LWL. They are the best people I know.”

Mackinder later tweeted,

“I just thought I’d let anyone know who was curious, I lost the strongest and greatest person I’ve ever known, my father last night.”

The band recently followed up with a tweet saying:

It is very likely that Fireworks will be jumping back on their co-headlining tour with the Wonder Years at some point.

“Gospel” their new album,  is slated for a May 24 release on Triple Crown Records. The band released their latest EP Bonfires on December 9th on Triple Crown Records.

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