October 18th would have marked the beginning of singer Gallant's Too Good To Be tour, but now the DMV-bred artist has announced that the nationwide trek has been canceled as result of him wanting to provide a great experience for fans and feeling as though he won't be able to do that at this moment.

"It's with a ton of regret to tell you guys that I've had to cancel this tour," the singer-songwriter began in a written statement. "When we booked it and set out to create an experience, I expected to be finished with my music and everything else creatively. Nothing is more important to me than making sure I can bring the proper experience to the people who matter most."

This month, Gallant dropped off two new singles in the forms of "TOOGOODTOBETRUE" and "Doesn't Matter, serving as the preface to his forthcoming This Does Not Fit project, set for mid-October. It will be his first full-length outing since 2016's Ology and the Too Good To Be tour would have been in support of that, but alas, fans will have to wait just a little while longer to experience Gallant live and in concert this year.

"I can't express my gratitude enough for you guys sticking with me and understanding. This was one of the toughest realizations I've ever come to, but I promise you that it will be worth it. 

"Thanks for giving me this space. Thanks for being part of the family. And most of all, thanks for being patient. I'm really looking forward to sharing my mini-album, This Does Not Fit, with you in October."