Brian Wilson seems to be entering another creative phase.
The songwriter's new album 'No Pier Pressure' was released earlier this year, featuring a plethora of collaboration.
A film based on the Californian artist's life, 'Love And Mercy', has opened to rave reviews, pushing the singer's work back into the spotlight.
As a result, Brian Wilson has been forced to cut back on his touring commitments. Cancelling a UK tour, the singer has vowed to re-schedule the dates.
A statement reads:
"Due to the overwhelming success of Brian Wilson’s movie ‘Love and Mercy’ which has opened in the US to critical acclaim, Brian has had to postpone his current UK tour planned for September 2015 due to commitments in the US. He will be back in the UK and Europe in 2016 with a string of concerts to mark the 50th Anniversary of his seminal album ‘Pet Sounds, which will be his final European tour. Tickets holders are advised to get refunds for the 2015 shows from the point of purchase."
Wilson himself added: "I’m sorry I won’t be able to make these shows this year, but I look forward to seeing all my fans in 2016 to help me celebrate 50 years of ‘Pet Sounds’. This will be my final European tour. I hope you all enjoy my movie when it opens in the UK on July 10th, I’ll see you all soon, Best Brian."
The cancelled dates include:
18 Liverpool Echo Arena
19 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
20 London O2 Arena
22 Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
23 Nottingham Capital FM Arena
25 Leeds First Direct Arena
26 Manchester Arena
27 Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena