THE OFFSPRING ARE SECURE AFTER THEIR CAR CAUGHT FIREPLACE EN PATH TO A PRESENT

THE OFFSPRING ARE SECURE AFTER THEIR CAR CAUGHT FIREPLACE EN PATH TO A PRESENT

THE OFFSPRING ARE SECURE AFTER THEIR CAR CAUGHT FIREPLACE EN PATH TO A PRESENT

THE OFFSPRING ARE SECURE AFTER THEIR CAR CAUGHT FIREPLACE EN PATH TO A PRESENT
THE OFFSPRING ARE SECURE AFTER THEIR CAR CAUGHT FIREPLACE EN PATH TO A PRESENT

The Offspring have stated they’re all secure, after one among their automobiles caught fireplace in Canada as they had been heading to a present.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday (August 6), the band defined that they’d been on their approach to a present in Rimouski, Quebec when “something flew off the vehicle in front of us” and have become caught beneath one among their automobiles.

A brief video shared with the tweet confirmed a black automotive on the facet of a highway, engulfed in thick smoke and flames.

All members of the band and their entourage had been reported as secure, nonetheless The Offspring did word that their “luggage, passports, laptops and pretty much everything else was destroyed”.

The band continued to say that they had made it safely to Rimouski, and that final Saturday’s competition look at Les Grandes Fêtes TELUS – the place the likes of The Chainsmokers and Flo Rida had been additionally billed – would go forward.

Guitarist Kevin ‘Noodles’ Wasserman made an extra submit to his Instagram, sharing a gallery of pictures from the accident, together with photographs of the burnt-out stays of the automotive. “No one was hurt,” Noodles wrote. “Everyone got out of the vehicle unscathed… it could’ve been much worse. The band & I are so thankful & relieved that all involved are OK.”

“Our crew do all the heavy lifting so that we look & sound as good as possible when we take the stage,” he continued. “They’re [sic] journey & workdays are all the time longer & extra arduous than ours, and we are able to’t thank them sufficient for all they do.

“To see them have to go through something like this is heartbreaking & frightening. I am so glad they are all OK!”

 

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The Offspring are at the moment touring North America in help of their newest album, ‘Let The Bad Times Roll’. Wrapping up the run with a set at Vancouver’s Ambleside competition this Saturday (August 13), the punk-rock outfit will then head to Japan for this 12 months’s Summer Sonic, earlier than visiting Brazil’s Rock In Rio subsequent month, Australia in December, and Europe subsequent May. See the total listing of dates right here, and discover tickets to pick exhibits right here.

Upon it’s launch in April 2021, ‘Let The Bad Times Roll’ marked The Offspring’s tenth studio album, and their first new music in 9 years.

Dropping the album’s title observe final February, singer Dexter Holland stated of the music’s which means: “I feel like we’re in a unique period in history where instead of our world leaders saying ‘we’re doing our best’ it’s more like they’re saying ‘fuck it’ and its really scary.”

Noodles added: “Folks are saying, if it’s all going to Hell, we might as well make the most out of it, or at least go out swinging. ‘Let The Bad Times Roll!’”

 

 

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