A California coroner is probing the premature loss of life of 34-year-old Dance Gavin Dance bassist Tim Feerick, an official instructed The Submit on Friday.
The rocker was found ineffective Wednesday of unknown causes at a modest condominium superior known as “The Retreat” on city’s east side, primarily based on info from the coroner’s office in Sacramento, Calif.
Members of the post-hardcore screamo band launched Feerick’s passing on social media Thursday, prompting an outpouring of grief from devoted followers.
A small crowd of mates and band devotees gathered on the metropolis’s Afterburner mural Thursday night to mild candles and blast Dance Gavin Dance tunes on a transportable speaker in Feerick’s honor, footage exhibits.
Others mourned from afar.
“Lighting [a candle] all one of the simplest ways from Scotland tonight. Been a fan of DGD since early 2014, Tim is and eternally will seemingly be my inspiration as a bassist,” one fan wrote on Twitter. “Rest in peace, Tim.”
One different added, “I merely started crying in Starbucks, what the f**okay. RIP Tim. Man, this can’t be precise.”
Crew USA Olympian weightlifter Mattie Rogers bemoaned the shortage of an indie legend, whose music sprinkled in elements of jazz, punk and funk.
“This one hurts. RIP Tim and love and luxurious to family and mates,” she wrote.
On Thursday, the band launched Feerick’s dying on Twitter, writing, “We’re utterly devastated to share the data that our pal and bass participant, Tim Feerick, handed away ultimate night.”
Feerick first joined the band as a touring member in 2009 sooner than turning into a member of formally in 2012.
The band was scheduled to embark on a 19-date nationwide tour later this month, primarily based on its site.
On Friday, Dance Gavin Dance’s latest music video, “Synergy,” had been seen larger than 1.2 million events.