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Lead singer of popular Liverpool band dies aged 26

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Lead singer of popular Liverpool band dies aged 26

The lead singer of a popular Liverpool band has died aged 26. 

Sean Martin was the frontman of indie pop group The Night Cafe.

In a post on Instagram on Monday morning, the band said they were “devastated” by Sean’s death.

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“Words can’t describe the pain we are feeling right now, we’re still struggling to process it all. We ask everyone to respect the privacy of Sean’s family and friends during this difficult time,” the post read.

“Sean was not just our band mate, he was our childhood best friend that we shared so many memories with before the band even started.

“We made so many more memories along the way and achieved things we only dreamt of that we will cherish forever.

“His memory will live on forever in our hearts and through the music he put out into the world for you all.”

The band, which includes guitarist Josh Higgins, bassist Arran O’Connell Whittle and drummer Carl Dillon, met in secondary school and released their first album 0151 in 2019.

The group had opened for The Wombats, who also paid tribute to Martin, saying: “He was literally the nicest, most lovely guy to have around on tour.

“Not to mention how talented and amazing he was. Our thoughts are with you all and Sean’s closest.”

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The singer’s mother Catherine also thanked fans for their messages.

Martin had said on Facebook last year that he was struggling with his health and needed surgery – meaning the band was forced to pull out of some shows with The Wombats.

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