West Aussie favourite Spacey Jane has pulled out of Bunbury’s Fresh Produce festival in August, putting the cancellation down to “unforeseen circumstances”. The Fremantle-based band, who finished second in this year’s Triple J Hottest 100 with the song Booster Seat, were set to perform alongside G Flip, Lime Cordiale and Bunbury favourites Great Gable at the festival which was established to fill the void left by the second consecutive cancellation of Groovin the Moo. In a statement on its Facebook page, the festival said it was disappointed the band could not feature at the series of regional shows. “We are sad that Spacey Jane won’t be part of our Fresh Produce shows,” the statement read. New South Wales’ surf-rock band Hockey Dad will take their place. “We are very stoked and really thankful that Windang’s favourite sons, Hockey Dad are keen to jump on board and bring the good times to regional Australia with us,” the statement went on to say. “Hockey Dad will be joining G Flip, Cosmo’s Midnight and your local super juicy line up each Friday night as Fresh Produce makes its way around the country.” Spacey Jane, who feature Margaret River local Peppa Lane on bass, also made a statement on its Facebook page. “Sad to announce that due to unforeseen circumstances, we are not able to play the Fresh Produce regional shows scheduled for later this year,” the statement read. “We were super excited to get to these towns and hope to be able to do it some other way soon.” The four-piece have just signed on to play the inaugural Next Exit Festival in New South Wales in late May alongside Ocean Alley and Dear Seattle.