Her's have passed away while on U.S. tour



They were driving 350 miles west from Phoenix towards Santa Ana in California when they were involved in a high-speed crash with a Nissan pick-up truck believed to have been heading the wrong way down Interstate 10, the coast-to-coast motorway. In a review published by Louder Than War, writer Matt Mead called the pair's debut LP Invitation To Her's "one of the most free and inspired indie rock debuts this island has seen for a while". I'm truly heartbroken for their friends and family.

Stephen and Audun met while studying at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.

Martin Isherwood described the duo as "the funniest, sweetest, loveliest, most creative lads you can ever meet".

"We don't know the exact speeds, but two heavy vehicles, coming into contact with each other at full speed - the impact is huge and devastating", state trooper Kameron Lee told journalists.

"In their interview they spoke about their enduring friendship on tour, how Liverpool had adopted them as they'd moved there from Barrow-in-Furness and Norway respectively, and their excitement about the future", he said.

Mr Isherwood added: "It's utterly tragic". Their music helped me through so much.

Her's band members Stephen Fitzpatrick and Audun Laading in an undated publicity photo. "Our thoughts are with their family & friends at this bad time". "So sad to wake up to this news".

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Another said: "I just heard the awful news about the passing of the band Her's They were so young and talented, their music was so handsome, I still can't believe it".

They were on their second tour of North America and had 19 dates scheduled. Their band had been building a following and getting airplay on BBC Radio.

Police could not confirm the identities of those killed. Their 19-date tour of the US was their second tour of the country and followed the release of their 2018 album "Invitation to Her's".

The label said in a statement: "We are all heartbroken".

Their energy, vibrancy and talent came to define our label. And, "As humans, they were warm, gentle and hilarious". Each time they stopped by the office made for an uplifting experience.

British-based pop duo Her's have been killed in a road accident in the United States, where they were on tour, their record label said on Friday (March 29).

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