Melody's Echo Chamber returns after suffering brain aneurysm and broken vertebrae

Melody’s Echo Chamber suffers ‘brain aneurysm and broken vertebrae’

Details have emerged of the worrying injuries sustained to Melody’s Echo Chamber singer Melody Prochet.

Yesterday Far Out reported that Prochet had been forced to cancel an upcoming tour after a ‘serious incident‘ has left French songwriter hospitalised for the foreseeable months.

“Dearest Friends,” the statement read. “Melody suffered a serious accident earlier this month. We are optimistic, but she needs to be in the hospital for a few more months. Due to these circumstances, Melody’s upcoming tour 
has been canceled. But she is hopeful to be able to play shows again soon.

“Thank you for your support

“- Melody’s Family -“

Now, as public concern grows for the health of Prochet, her family moved  offer a little more explanation into the injuries she has suffered by updated the Facebook message: “Melody suffered a serious accident earlier this month and experienced a brain aneurysm and broken vertebrae,” it said.

It was only April when Melody’s Echo Chamber announced a new album, Bon Voyage, with single ‘Cross My Heart’, a record the band looked set to tour across North and South America.

Melody’s Echo Chamber:
10-06 Washington, DC – Black Cat
10-07 Philadelphia, PA – Making Time at Underground Arts
10-08 Jersey City, NJ – White Eagle Hall
10-09 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
10-12 San Francisco, CA – California Academy of Sciences
10-13 Joshua Tree, CA – TBA
10-15 Miami, FL – III Points
10-18 Mexico City, Mexico – TBA
11-05 Sao Paolo, Brazil – TBA
11-09 Santiago, Chile – TBA
11-11 Santiago, Chile – TBA
11-12 Buenos Aires, Argentina – TBA

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