Band Her's musicians killed in car crash

Her’s released its debut album Invitation to Her’s last year

Her’s released its debut album Invitation to Her’s last year

Stephen Fitzpatrick, 24, and Audun Laading, 25, were killed in a vehicle crash early Wednesday along with two other people, including their tour manager, reports the New York Post. The news of their demise was confirmed by the band's label, Heist or Hit.

"Her's were supported by @Dave_Monks at Intro in Merseyside and their music had been featured across BBC Radio".

Graves said there was no evidence on the roadway to indicate that either auto attempted to brake before the crash. Both vehicles were engulfed in flames.

Fitzpatrick, from northwest England, and Laading, from Norway, met while studying at university in Liverpool. It described them as "one of the UK's most loved up-and-coming bands".

The band posted a poignant final Facebook message on Monday, writing: "It's nearly home time for the lads, United States tour has gone swimmingly so far".

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They had performed in Phoenix, Arizona and were driving to a show in Santa Ana, California.

Her's were on their second tour of North America playing 19 shows having released their debut album Invitation To Her's past year, their label said. Authorities found an alcoholic beverage container in the debris field. "Got a hot sunset date with the Grand Canyon tonight".

First Avenue - the legendary Minneapolis nightclub known as the home turf of the late pop icon Prince - also paid tribute to the band as well as Minnesota's own Engelbrektson, saying the crash "sent shockwaves through our community". That includes Keith Mullen, member of fellow Liverpool band The Farm, who said he was "devastated to hear the news". "Our thoughts and condolences go out to their family and friends at this sad, hard time".

Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens wrote he was "so sorry to hear the tragic news". Always put on a great show and could tell how much they loved this music and each other.

British band Circa Waves said it was "shocked and saddened".

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