Jaden Hossler Cancels European Tour Due to Mental Illness

Jaden Hossler said on Instagram stories that he will be canceling his “Tell Me About Tomorrow” European tour on July 22, 2022.

“As difficult as it is for me to say this, my European tour dates will no longer take place. As many of you know, these have been the most difficult few months of my life, and right now I need to take care of my mental health so that I can be the greatest person and musician possible,” Hossler wrote.

He expressed gratitude to his followers for their unwavering love and support and promised that he would never take it for granted.

The rocker expressed his excitement to see them soon and stated that ticket refunds would be available at the moment of purchase.

Many of his admirers were disappointed by the news, but many expressed their support in the comments area of a TikTok video shared by Hollywire.

“He should take time and just try to recuperate,” one person said, while another said, “I’m delighted he takes care of himself!!”

Jaden Hossler Discusses His Breakup and a Friend’s Death

The difficult few months Hossler was alluding to were most likely his breakup with girlfriend Nessa Barrett and the death of his good friend Cooper Noriega.

Following weeks of rumors, the ex-couple acknowledged their split and explained why.

They announced their separation on Instagram, saying they needed to focus on their mental health and professions.

They also appealed to their supporters not to make any assumptions, but fans couldn’t help but speculate on why they parted. Netizens speculated that Hossler had cheated on Barrett with Josie Canseco. Hossler did not respond to these allegations, but his friend Landon Barker speculated that this could be the case.

Barker went on Instagram Live and stated that Hossler had done everyone wrong, but he did not elaborate. On Instagram, he also unfollowed Hossler.

Some fans thought their split was a publicity act for Barrett’s imminent album release.

But, before things could get any worse, the singer resorted to her Instagram stories to clarify that this was not the case.

She stated that her record will be released much later and that she would be content if only one person listened to it.

The European Tour of Jaden Hossler

Hossler launched his tour after his debut punk-pop album, Tell Me About Tomorrow, was released on July 2, 2021.

Travis Barker, who signed the previous musician to his record label, DTA Records, produced and co-wrote the album.

During an interview with Nylon, Hossler stated that he was an independent musician who believed no one was interested in signing him.

When Barker expressed interest in working with him, other labels made offers as well, which he characterized as a cool experience.

He then explained why he chose the former drummer of Blink 182.

“It seemed so natural when I met with him.” It almost felt like it would be more difficult to say no because I had met everyone before meeting him, and there was such a big difference. “I felt just at home,” the singer remarked.

The album reached number 95 on the US Billboard 200 and number 9 on the US Billboard Top Alternative Albums.