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Don Broco Australian Tour To Go Ahead, As Singer Denies Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct

Written by Tom Williams on November 16, 2017

Promoters have confirmed that British rock band Don Broco‘s upcoming debut Australian tour will go ahead “as planned”, after frontman Rob Damiani denied allegations of sexual misconduct.

In a statement posted to social media overnight, Damiani says, “I totally refute the allegations made against me. They are untrue and defamatory. The matter is now in the hands of my legal representatives who will be instructed to take the appropriate action.”

In a statement to Music Feeds, Don Broco’s Australian tour promoters Destroy All Lines say the band won’t be commenting any further, and their Australian tour “will be going ahead as planned”.

Earlier this week the band released a brief statement after landing in the US, saying that the had been made aware of the allegations against one of their band members, and were taking the accusations “seriously”.

Don Broco are scheduled to perform in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney next month.

Read the band’s statements in full, below.

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