Mogwai drummer Martin Bulloch was hospitalized last night after the band’s set at ATP New York, due to complications with his heart condition (for which he has a pacemaker). Though he’s since been discharged, doctors reportedly urged him to return home to Scotland for additional medical attention.

Unfortunately, that means the band has had to cancel the remainder of its U.S. tour dates. They’ll resume playing at the end of October, in Scotland, before heading out to other parts of Europe.

09/22 Boston, MA: Wilbur Theatre
09/23 Montreal, Quebec: Metropolis
09/25 Pontiac, MI: Crofoot
09/26 Chicago, IL: Congress Theatre
09/27 Minneapolis, MN: First Avenue
10/21 Edinburgh, Scotland: Corn Exchange
10/23 Manchester, England: Academy
10/24 London, England: Hammersmith Apollo
10/27 Luxembourg, Luxembourg: Rockhal
10/28 Paris, France: Casino de Paris
10/29 Cologne, Germany: Live Music Hall
11/02 Copenhagen, Denmark: Vega
11/03 Lund, Sweden: Mejeriet
11/04 Stockholm, Sweden: Cirkus
11/06 Berlin, Germany: Huxleys
11/08 Hamburg, Germany: Grosse Freiheit
11/10 Frankfurt, Germany: Mousonturm
11/11 Dresden, Germany: Alter Schlachthof
11/12 Munich, Germany: Backstage-Werk
11/14 Vienna, Austria: Wuk
11/17 Fribourg, Switzerland: Fri Son
11/18 Zurich, Switzerland: Rote Fabrik

Photo By Derrick Santini.