Indie band Wet Leg has been forced to pull out of their planned show this evening (June 29) in Manchester. 

Taking place at Castlefield Bowl, the band was set to be one of three acts supporting 'Late Night' performers Foals. 

But now the 'Wet Dream' singers have shared a Tweet sharing the sad news that they will no longer be taking to the stage. 

Sharing in a tweet: "Very sad to say we aren’t gonna be able to play the @foals show in Manchester tonight cause one of our lovely band has Covid. Have a fun night and see you soon."

The sold-out show would have been the band's first show since performing at Glastonbury on the Park Stage.

But Wet Leg was not the only band supporting Foals that are being forced to pull out. 

Fellow band, The Regrettes also shared the news that they had to also pull out due to Covid. 

Saying: "awh man sad day. we will not be able to play with @foals tonight in manchester due to a few of us testing positive for covid. THIS SUCKS."

However, Foals did share that although two of their support acts are unable to perform, special guest Yard Act will still be taking to the stage.