Zeds Dead have announced that they will be taking a much needed break from touring this year. The duo spent plenty time on the road in 2017 with a number festival appearances and the first ficial tour for their Deadbeats label, but they’re prepared to switch things up in 2018.

With their newfound free time, Zeds Dead intend to focus on their Deadbeats imprint as well as their radio show the same name. But the biggest takeaway is that the duo will be hitting the studio to work on new music, which should have fans excited.

If the prospect not seeing Zeds Dead live for the foreseeable future concerns you, rest assured that the duo still have a few festival appearances planned. We can also expect some major Deadbeats event later in the fall.

It’s unclear how long the touring hiatus will last, but Zeds Dead promise that when they do hit the road again it will be with a new and improved live show.

You can read Zeds Dead’s full announcement below. 

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