Sean Martin’s obituary has emerged online, and this report will take his death into perspective. Martin was a member of the Night Café band, and he was their lead singer.
Who is Sean Martin?
Martin was a member of the Night Café band, and he was their lead singer. The sudden demise of the musician was announced tragically by his heartbroken bandmates in a joint statement. The childhood best friend of guitarist Josh Higgins, 26, drummer Carl Dillon, 27, and bassist Arran O’Connell, 26, was remembered fondly in their tribute.
Sean Martin age: How old was he when he died?
The Night Cafe lead singer died suddenly at the age of 26. The Night Café, drawing inspiration from Vincent van Gogh’s painting of the same title, formed in 2013 and subsequently launched two EPs, namely Get Away from the Feeling and Bunkbed in 2017 and 2018, respectively. Their studio album, 0151, was released in 2019.
Sean Martin obituary and cause of death: How did he die?
The cause of Martin’s sudden death has not been established yet. Taking to social media, the devastated bandmates wrote: “We are devastated to share the sudden passing of our best friend Sean. Words can’t describe the pain we are feeling right now, we’re still struggling to process it all.”
Their statement continued: “We ask everyone to respect the privacy of Sean’s family and friends during this difficult time. 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. RIP Sean Martin.”
The Wombats, consisting of Matthew Murphy, Tord Øverland Knudsen, and Dan Haggis, have exp
ressed their gratitude towards Sean for his support and referred to him as a delightful person to be around.
“So sorry to hear this guys, he was literally the nicest, most lovely guy to have around on tour,” they penned in the tribute’s comments on Instagram. “Not to mention how talented and amazing he was. Our thoughts are with you all and Sean’s closest. Lots of love and fond memories, The Bats x”
The Night Cafe, whose name is inspired by the Vincent van Gogh painting, formed in 2013 and released two EPs: Get Away from the Feeling and Bunkbed in 2017 and 2018, before releasing their debut studio album 0151 in 2019.
The Liverpudlian group opened for The Wombats – formed of Matthew Murphy, Tord Øverland Knudsen, and Dan Haggis – who paid tribute online. They commented: ‘So sorry to hear this guys, 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. Lots of love and fond memories, The Bats x’Sean’s mother Catherine thanked fans for their support as she shared: ‘Thank you to everyone for your love and supportive messages for our beautiful and talented son Sean ❤️❤️❤️’She added on Facebook: ‘Thank you so much to all of you for the heartfelt messages for our beautiful Sean. ‘His music, the songs he wrote, the person he was, his smile, his heart and soul were so very precious. Your voices are a comfort to us all at this time.’