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Closure In Moscow Have Been Robbed In London, Had Their Passports Stolen

Written by Emmy Mack on November 11, 2015

Closure In Moscow have experienced the highest of highs and the lowest of lows, all in one night.

The Melbourne prog rockers played a sold out show at London venue The Garage on Tuesday 10th November, only to be robbed afterwards by some no-doubt human shitweeds.

While the band has not gone into much detail about what exactly went down, they took to Facebook to share the news with their fans, reporting:

“Played a sold out show in London tonight. Also got rolled and got all our passports, clothes, laptops and some personal equipment stolen. Oh the highs n lows of being a band. Fuck.”

For those not hip to the jive, the term “rolled” insinuates that they were “robbed or mugged by a group of hoodlums”.

Let Urban Dictionary demonstrate syntactically.

When asked by one fan whether or not they were OK, the Closure lads replied, “We’re alright just a little bit shattered”.

The band are currently playing shows across Europe with Icarus The Owl and Atlas : Empire as part of their Pink Lemonade album tour.

They’ve got a packed touring schedule across England, France, Chile, Italy, Austria and beyond until the end of the month, and at this point it’s unclear whether the incident will affect their touring commitments.

We’ll keep you posted with more information as it develops.

Watch: Closure In Moscow – Pink Lemonade Live @ Music Feeds Studio

Played a sold out show in London tonight. Also got rolled and got all our passports, clothes, laptops and some personal equipment stolen. Oh the highs n lows of being a band. Fuck.

Posted by Closure In Moscow on Tuesday, 10 November 2015

 

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