British trio London Grammar has postponed its upcoming North American tour due to "unavoidable scheduling conflicts".
The group was slated to play gigs across the U.S. and Canada beginning in November (14), but the bandmates have been forced to push back the concerts in support of their debut album, If You Wait, until next year (15).
A statement posted on their website reads: "Due to unavoidable scheduling conflicts, it is with great regret that we have had to postpone our tour dates in November. We apologize to all of our fans for any inconvenience caused and look forward to seeing you in January and February 2015 for what we hope will be a very special tour."
This isn't the first time London Grammar has had to cancel planned appearances - in August (14), the band had to pull the plug on two festival gigs in Hungary and Holland at the last minute when singer Hannah Reid fell ill.