The Snuts cancel two more gigs but will exit isolation in time for Barrowlands show

Scottish band The Snuts have been forced to pull out of another two gigs this weekend after one member of the band tested positive for coronavirus.

It’s another blow for the indie group from West Lothian, who had to pull out of their performance at TRNSMT last weekend for the same reason, and now they have had to bow out of playing at Isle of Wight Festival and This is Tomorrow in Newcastle.

Fans were devastated to miss them on the main stage at TRNSMT after one of the band and a crew member contracted the virus.

The group are due to play at the Barrowlands on Monday and Tuesday this week and on their social media page, they said they will be out of isolation by then.

Confirming the news, they wrote: “Unfortunately, we must confirm that due to ongoing isolation protocols, The Snuts are unable to perform at both @isleofwightfest and @thisistomorrowncl festivals this weekend.

“Members of the band and crew who were affected are resting and recovering well. However, they will be required to isolate until Sunday, 19th September.”

Fans responded to their news, one said: “Gutted we missed you at TRNSMT and now IOW, as well as Pryzm but as soon as you are back on the road, we will be looking out for new gigs to book. Take care guys.”

The Snuts shared the news on Instagram

Another added: “Speedy recovery lads and see you at @TheBarrowlands.”

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While one said: “Hope everyone makes a speedy recovery soon. hoping to see you next Wednesday. But your health comes first. Take care.”

The Snuts were absolutely gutted to have to miss their performance at TRNSMT, saying it would have been the biggest gig of their lives.

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They wrote: “We are beyond devastated to let you know that we are unable to perform at TRNSMT festival today.

“A band member and one of our crew have both tested positive for Covid.

“We put so much work into what was going to be the biggest show of our lives and we were so excited to share it with you.

“We will see you all for three nights at the Barrowlands.”

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