Søren Holm, the front man of the Danish indie pop band LISS, died on Tuesday (May 25), the band said in a statement this morning. He was 25. No cause of death was given. “Heartbroken, we have to let you know that our dearest Søren passed away on Tuesday,” said the band. “Søren was the cutest, funniest and most beautiful person who was always on the lookout for everyone around him. We are devastated. “

After meeting in high school, LISS began playing together in 2014 and the following year released their debut album, the twin track “Try / Always”. The release’s urgent indie pop, produced by Denmark’s Vera and xx producer Rodaidh McDonald and adorned with Holm’s sleek vocals, prompted the foursome to sign with XL. In 2016 they released their debut EP for the First label, led by the single “Sorry”.

In 2019 they returned with the EP Second and supported Vampire Weekend on a number of European dates. Their last EP, Third, which included the Bullion collaboration “Another Window”, was released last July on the Copenhagen label Escho. The band asked for “peace and quiet” while she and Holm’s family mourn.