Ted Dwane, the bassist for Mumford & Sons, is reportedly doing well after doctors removed a blood clot from his brain.
Dwane, 28, went to the hospital last Monday, forcing the band to postpone their concerts.
He is now safe at home after undergoing a procedure to remove the clot. He posted an update onto their website with a picture of his shaved head.
"Bear with a sore head! Thanks so much for all the well wishing, it seems to be working! I'm home," he said.
Last week, the band posted the news on their site.
"Our friend and bandmate Ted has been feeling unwell for a few days, and yesterday he was taken to a hospital to receive emergency treatment. The scans revealed a blood clot on the surface of his brain that requires an operation. Ted is receiving excellent care and we are being assured that he will recover quickly from surgery," they said.
They then updated the site after his surgery, saying "it is with great joy that we can announce that Ted has been discharged from hospital and is on the road to a full recovery."
"The surgery went well, and the excellent medical team helping him are very pleased with his progress. He has been nothing short of heroic in how he has handled the whole ordeal, and now it has been medically proved that he does indeed have a brain."