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So we had a grueling day of traveling ahead of us until the beautiful gentlemen of Faith No More found out about it and made room on their charted plane for us: band, crew, gear and all. Well-rested and touched by the kindness, the crowd at Provinssi will benefit from us not traveling 10 hours today. Some bands are just the real deal. They actually DO care a lot. Love and respect. Spirit and excellence. #faithnomore #pillsforbreakfast #crackhitler
Recently reunited punk band Refused announced earlier this year that they would be playing a string of shows in venues across the U.S. before heading back to Europe to hit the festival circuit for the majority of the summer.
This week, Refused had a “grueling day of traveling” ahead of them to get to Seinäjoki, Finland in time to play Provinssirock festival, until the band came across a bit of luck.
Reunited for their first tour in 18 years, San Francisco rockers Faith No More heard the punk gods’ cries and decided to give Refused band members and crew a lift to their next destination via a chartered plane. They all posed for a photo to prove it happened, naturally.
Refused’s new album, Freedom, is out June 30 via Epitaph. Watch the video for the lead single “Elektra” below: