Canadian singer-songwriter Feist has broken her silence on the sexual misconduct allegations against Arcade Fire's Win Butler, who she's been touring with as part of the rock band's WE concert series.

In an Instagram post Thursday, the indie pop singer shared she will be leaving the tour after grappling with the difficult decision and its impact on her band, crew and all the families involved.

"We didn’t have any time to prepare for what was coming let alone a chance to decide not to fly across the ocean into the belly of this situation," she wrote.

"This has been incredibly difficult for me and I can only imagine how much more difficult it’s been for the people who came forward. More than anything I wish healing to those involved."

She said that the situation has "ignited a conversation that is bigger than me" and while she doesn't want to leave the conversation, "the best way to take care of my band and crew and my family is to distance myself from this tour."

"The last two nights on stage, my songs made this decision for me. Hearing them through this lens was incongruous with what I’ve worked to clarify for myself through my whole career.

I’ve always written songs to name my own subtle difficulties, aspire to my best self and claim responsibility when I need to. And I’m claiming my responsibility now and going home."

Accusations against Butler first surfaced Saturday when Pitchfork published interviews with three people claiming sexual misconduct and one claiming sexual assault at the hands of the Arcade Fire frontman. He claims they were "consensual" encounters.

Three women and one person, who identifies as gender-fluid and uses they/them pronouns, told the outlet that Butler, 42, made unwanted advances and used his status as a musician to pressure them into sexual situations.