Tame Impala important man Kevin Parker is recovering from main surgical procedure to appropriate a fractured hip.
The Australian manufacturing whizz posted a number of photos of himself in hospital, an MRI of the damage, and an x-ray of his femur, or thigh bone, full with a set of freshly-inserted screws and rods.
“Fractured my hip,” he writes in a put up on Instagram. “Tried to run a half marathon on what turned out to be an present stress fracture. Whoops. Made it to inside 1km of the end line. That’s life I suppose.”
A hip fracture happens when a break seems within the higher a part of the femur, the longest, strongest bone within the human physique.
In keeping with the U.Okay.’s NHS, a damaged hip is a severe damage, which usually requires quick surgical procedure and has a restoration time of a number of weeks or months. “However it will possibly take longer,” reads a backgrounder on the NHS web page. Relying on the age of the affected person, and the severity of the damage, you’ll normally spend round 1 to 4 weeks in hospital.
Parker is eager to get again on his toes, and again out onto the street, as quickly as potential. “All exhibits in Mexico and South America going forward as deliberate I’m not quitting on you guys,” he writes within the put up, uploaded Thursday (March 9).
These dates embody six concerts in March, with a live performance Friday (March 10) in Mexico Metropolis and three Lollapalooza exhibits in separate international locations.
Parker and his psychedelic rock outfit is supporting its award-winning fourth album The Sluggish Rush, which dropped in February 2020, simply weeks earlier than the WHO declared the novel coronavirus a pandemic, leading to a years-long pause for touring. The Sluggish Rush led the Australian chart, and peaked at No. 3 within the U.S. and U.Okay.; the set went on to win 5 ARIA Awards, together with album of the 12 months.
Tame Impala on Friday (March 10) launched “Wings of Time,” a rollicking psych-rock quantity lifted from the soundtrack to Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Amongst Thieves, and Parker collaborated with Gorillaz on “New Gold,” which seems on Cracker Island, the present No. 1 on the Official U.K. Albums Chart.
Stream “Wings of Time” under.