The frontman of the Psychic Ills, Tres Warren, has died at the age of 41.
The band shared the news in a Facebook post, writing: “Our hearts are broken and heavy with the news that our brother Tres has passed away. Tres was a lover of music –his soul was made of it and he poured that into all he did with such heart and passion. We will forever be changed by knowing him and the empty space his leaving has left behind will never be filled… We love u T and will miss you every day.”
No cause of death has been announced.
Dear Friends,Our hearts are broken and heavy with the news that our brother Tres has passed away. Tres was a lover of…
Warren formed the group with bassist Elizabeth Hart in 2003. Their debut record, 2005’s Dins, explored 60s psychedelia and soft rock. In 2010, they notably released four separate EPs made up of more experimental material: Astral Occurrence, Catoptric, FRKWYS Vol. 4: Psychic Ills and Telesthetic Tape. Their latest album was 2016’s Inner Journey Out.
The band’s label, Sacred Bones, paid tribute on Twitter, writing: “It’s with the heaviest of hearts that we have to inform you of a loss in our family. Tres Warren has passed away. He was a dear friend and artist whose beautiful music and spirit touched us all. You will be forever missed. Rest easy, Tres.”
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