Posthumous Viola Beach album out next month

Posthumous Viola Beach album out next month

An album by indie band Viola Beach, who were tragically killed in a car crash in Sweden in February, will be released next month. The young Warrington outfit, who had been due to open for Blossoms at Edinburgh’s Liquid Room in March before the horror accident, had been widely tipped for a bright future. Tragically, they were killed along with their manager Craig Tarry when their car plunged off a bridge into a canal while on tour in Sweden  in the early hours…

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Edinburgh gig tribute to tragic Viola Beach

Edinburgh gig tribute to tragic Viola Beach

Viola Beach, who were due to open for Blossoms at Edinburgh’s Liquid Room on 3 March before the group died in a horror accident last weekend, will have their vacant slot marked by a full audio recording of their recent live set at Lemington Spa. The Warrington indie band – who were tragically killed along with their manager Craig Tarry when their car plunged off a bridge into a canal in the early hours of Saturday morning while…

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Viola Beach killed in Sweden car crash

Viola Beach killed in Sweden car crash

Viola Beach, the hotly-tipped young indie band who were due to open for Blossoms at Edinburgh’s Liquid Room in March, have died in a car crash in Sweden, the Foreign Office has said. It is understood all four members of the band – Kris Leonard, River Reeves, Tomas Lowe and Jack Dakin – and their manager, Craig Tarry, died in the accident, which happened on Saturday near the Swedish capital Stockholm. The car plunged more than 25m…

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