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Lush Bassist Phil King Leaves Band, Shows Canceled

Lush have announced that their bassist Phil King has left the band. As a result, the group has canceled two of their upcoming tour dates, on November 3 at Iceland Airwaves Festival in Reykjavík and on November 5 at Rolling Stone Weekender Festival in Weissenhäuser Strand, Germany. The band will still perform at the Academy in Manchester on November 25 and are in the process of finding a new bassist.
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