SAN ANTONIO — The man who created a poster for the popular Australian band Nadine Neddy Doom that sold out in just hours, has admitted his mistake and apologized for the way he portrayed his mother.
Key points:The poster features the song “The Man Who Loves Her” from the popular band NeddydoomNeddydomedia said it was the “first time a poster of this nature” had been seen in Australia.
In a statement on the NeddyDoom website, the band said it wanted to apologise for its “miscommunication”.
“We want to sincerely apologise to our fans and friends in Australia and to our world.
Our team have been deeply disappointed with the reaction of some people.
We deeply regret that we had to make a public statement that may have upset anyone,” the band wrote.
Neddy Doom has been performing in Australia since 2012.
The band’s manager, Alex Smith, said in a statement to ABC Radio Australia the poster “has been a huge shock for us” and “felt like a slap in the face”.
“It’s been quite a shock for the band and our fans to see a poster like this.
We are very apologetic for the reaction and the way it has been portrayed,” he said.”
It has been very disappointing for the team and we are working hard to make things right.”
The Neddy Doom poster was one of several that had gone up online after the band performed in the country last month.
A spokesman for the National Concert Council said it had seen the posters and had been “troubled by the behaviour”.
“Our staff have been concerned about the content of some of the posters which we are now working to remove,” the spokesman said.
“The council takes seriously any issues raised by its members.
The council has been in contact with the band to provide advice on how to proceed and has made the necessary changes to the posters.”
The Australian Music Awards is scheduled for Saturday (local time).