Every Time I Die Say Keith Buckley Is A “Crucial Member” Of The Group And That They Are Addressing Their Issues “Privately”

As previously reported, Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley recently left the band’s tour early to focus on his mental health and has since gone on to say that he being “ostracized” from the group. Now, the band have issued a statement saying that they “working on things privately.”

Every Time I Die said the following:

“We apologize to the fans this weekend for the cancelation of the remaining 3 shows of the Radical tour.

Keith Buckley is a crucial member of Every Time I Die and we apologize if our previous statement made it seem as if he was in recovery or came off as insensitive to the issues at hand. We are working on things privately now.

Please give us a moment.

And we will all see you at Tid The Season.”

Buckley also further commented as well:

“Hey guys, I’m very OK, despite how things were framed online by the band’s statement; I did not have a relapse, didn’t have a breakdown. If I’m recovering from anything, it’s fucking heartbreak, but that’s a process that I’m used to getting through, so… I want to do ‘‘Tid The Season‘—obviously there’s gonna have to be some changes made—I wish no one any harm. I just want to lovingly disconnect, psychically, emotionally, mentally for a little bit and re-establish the boundaries that were broken repeatedly over the past 20 years. So you’ll see me soon, I’ll see ya soon, it’ll be great, we’re great.”

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