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Hearing Problems Force Grimes To Pull Out Of Shows

Written by Mike Hohnen on October 17, 2012

Currently touring the world in support of her latest album Visions, Grimes has had to deliver bad news to Canadian Fans. According to the singer/songwiter, hearing troubles have caused her to cancel a handful of dates.

Taking to Twitter, Grimes real name Claire Boucher apologised to fans, describing symptoms such as “trouble w hearing loss, tinnitus” concluding that she’s got to “stay away from loud music 4 a bit.”

After a quick breather, Grimes is expected to be back on the road October 22, first stop Minneapolis, Minnesota according to Contact Music. All her up and coming US dates are still going ahead as planned, and Aussie fans needn’t worry, she’s sure to be right as rain for her tour here.

Grime’s Management took to her Facebook to update fans:

Hey everyone!
Grimes has been forced to cancel her scheduled dates in Calgary, Saskatoon and Winnipeg due to an inner ear problem. We apologize for the inconvenience and will work to reschedule these dates as soon as possible.
Refunds will be available from the point of purchase. Tickets purchased via Northern Tickets will automatically be refunded to the credit card used for the purchase. Thank you again for understanding and Grimes will be back soon!!!!!!

Her most recent relesse, Visions, make most of the world Grimes crazy. The Canadian songstress recorded the release during a 9-day creative bender in her apartment and well, the results speak for themselves.

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