Postponed: Goldenvoice’s concerts, album releases for Haim, Lady Gaga, Pretenders and more

Lady Gaga at Coachella 2017 (Photo by Greg Noire, courtesy of Goldenvoice)

The coronavirus crisis continues to wreak havoc on musicians and the industry:


Goldenvoice has announced that they have postponed all concerts through the end of May. Their statement:


Lady Gaga, who told Variety she had planned to do a secret set at Coachella, has postponed the release of “Chromatica,” originally due out in April. New date TBA.
■ L.A. sister trio Haim have postponed the release of “Women in Music Pt. III,” originally due April 24. New date TBA.
The Pretenders have postponed the release of “Hate for Sale” until July 17.
■ Australia’s the DMA’s have moved the release of “the Glow” from April 24 to July 10.
■ Madrid’s Hinds have delayed the release of “The Prettiest Curse” until June 5.
Mikal Cronin’s new album “Switched-On Seeker” will now be out May 29 (digital) and June 20 (physical).
Declan McKenna’s new album “Zeros” is postponed until Aug. 21.
Mike Campbell (of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers) and his band the Dirty Knobs have moved back the release of their debut album “Wreckless Abandon” to Sept. 18.
Jarvis Cocker’s “Beyond the Pale” has been pushed to Sept. 4.
UB40’s 40th anniversary live show video and recording has been postponed to the end of the year.