Due to a motorcycle accident involving Sascha Ring (a.k.a. Apparat) and his girlfriend—who are said to both be relatively fine, considering the circumstances—the Moderat trio (which also counts Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian “Charlie” Szary of Modeselektor in its ranks) has been forced to postpone its European tour. No extremely serious injuries were sustained in the accident, but Ring has been diagnosed with “a multiple and complicated leg fracture,” which will prevent him from being able to perform for the next few weeks or even months. Though all the European dates in support of the outfit’s recent and noteworthy II album have been postponed, Moderat plans to honor all obligations early next year, and have already begun rescheduling its performances. The list of so-far confirmed dates are included below.

JAN 26 Munich (DE), Kesselhaus
JAN 27 Amsterdam (NL), Paradiso
JAN 30 Cologne (DE), Live Music Hall
JAN 31 Wiesbaden (DE), Schlachthof
FEB 01 Erfurt (DE), Stadtgarten
FEB 02 Warsaw (PL), Basen
FEB 07 Bristol (GB), TBA
FEB 08 Edinburgh (GB), Substance@Picture House
FEB 09 Dublin (IE), Button Factory
FEB 11 London (GB), Koko
FEB 12 London (GB), Koko
FEB 14 Aarhus (DK), Train
FEB 15 Copenhagen (DK), Studie 1
FEB 17 Paris (FR), Trianon
FEB 19 Fribourg (CH), Fri-Son
FEB 20 Zurich (CH), Komplex457
FEB 21 Lyon (FR), Le Transbordeur
FEB 22 Milan (IT), Magazzini Generali
FEB 23 Stuttgart (DE), LKA
FEB 24 Vienna (AT), Arena
FEB 25 Berlin (DE), Columbiahalle