Noise-punk outfit The Locust had their van broken into and robbed while on tour in St. Louis, MO. The group are on tour supporting their latest full-length, New Erections. The band's friends at Three One G Records issued the following statement:
After a show in St. Louis their van was broken into. The thieves stole a large amount of personal possessions, including three computers, phone chargers, money, and anything else you might think of. As if being a musician did not already have enough hardships, not only was this an invasion of privacy, but many of the items stolen are irreplaceable due to financial and other reasons. As a band The Locust have given to the world what can never be repaid, and it is terrible that they have to be faced with this dilemma. Not only did they suffer a loss of personal items, but some things were key to their professional and financial means of living.
Three One G Records has set up a donation page for the band here.
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