Kings of Leon are reportedly in dispute due to Caleb Followill's drinking habit and the issue sparks concern from their label 'that if they don't sort out their differences the tour won't go ahead'.
Kings of Leon's tour dates across U.K. and Australia are threatened as the band's members are reportedly in feud due to Caleb Followill's drinking habit. "The others have warned Caleb over and over again that they weren't happy about his drinking but he carried on regardless," a source told The Sun.
In a further explanation, the source hinted that the rockers have been in dispute for many times but somehow managed to sort it out. The source said, "The lads have always fought but they usually sort it out the next morning. Things are completely different this time. The label is deeply concerned that if they don't sort out their differences the tour won't go ahead."
In a separate occasion earlier, Jared Followill admitted that what put them into a battle was indeed Caleb's drinking habit. "The only time we fight is when Caleb's drunker than he's ever been so it's not really him. He wakes up and he doesn't remember any of it," he stated.
Kings of Leon will kick off their tour on December 1 at The Brighton Centre in Brighton and continue the next day at Trent FM Arena in Nottingham, U.K. Several Australian and European dates have also been added to the band's calendar event. For more details on their tour, fans can log on to their official website.