In November, Pinegrove frontman Evan Stephens Hall took to the band's social media to post a long statement regarding his own sexual misconduct. He stated that he was guilty of "sexual coercion," and acknowledged his past consideration of fans as potential sexual partners. In light of his comments, the band canceled an upcoming tour.
While Stephens Hall noted back in November that he had embarked on a course of therapy, there has been no further update on Pinegrove's status until today (January 29). As per an announcement via Twitter, the band have canceled future tour dates, and are offering refunds on all tickets:
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