[Photos by: Moose Blood/Megan Thompson, Hundredth/Jesus Martinez, Movements/Kurt Cuffy]
Last month, Movements announced that they would be supporting Moose Blood on their upcoming Australian headliner, stirring up mixed emotions among fans.
— Moose Blood ♡ (@mooseblooduk) March 19, 2018
Movements were quick to address the issue, assuring fans they were taking the necessary steps to look into the matter after being made aware of the severity of the allegations against the band.
We hear you, and all of your concerns. We were unaware of the severity of the situation and are currently talking amongst ourselves and our management about how to make this right. We will be making a statement shortly.
— Movements (@movementsCA) March 19, 2018
The band later took to Twitter to release a statement:
Australia – we have decided to cancel our recently announced tour. We apologize for any inconvenience. We have a commitment to our fans, and we will do our best to make it over to you as soon as we can.
— Movements (@movementsCA) April 9, 2018
And earlier this week, Hundredth announced that they will be joining Moose Blood as support.
We’re coming back in September. pic.twitter.com/O0YaAGi4Wh
— HUNDREDTH (@HUNDREDTH) April 10, 2018
Moose Blood released a statement earlier this year regarding allegations against vocalist Eddy Brewerton that emerged last fall, claiming Brewerton stole nudes off a woman's phone and sent them to the band's WhatsApp group.
Moose Blood said the allegations are “entirely false and we strongly refute it.”
Last year, the band parted ways with their drummer, Glenn Harvey, following sexual harassment allegations that surfaced online.