The singer – who belonged to the band from 1990 to 1995, and was best understood for her efficiency on the band’s 1991 album ‘Screamadelica’ – has actually died, a buddy of the star has actually validated on Twitter.
Denise included on 2 of Primal Scream’s greatest hits – ‘Higher Than The Sun’ and ‘Don’ t Battle It, Feel It’ – and was likewise understood for her deal with a string of other artists, consisting of The Family pet Store Boys, Bernard Sumner, and Johnny Marr’s group Electronic.
The singer was preparing to launch her debut acoustic album, ‘Where Does it Go’, in September this year.
Since the time of composing, no additional information have actually been launched worrying Denise’s death, however musical stars have actually flooded social media to pay their aspects.
Primal Scream’s bassist, Simone Marie, tweeted: “Very sad news. love and prayers to Denise’s family and loved ones. Rest in Power Denise Johnson x (sic)”
Whilst Pleased Mondays artist Rowetta composed: “Unfortunate unfortunate news today
” I have a lot of terrific memories of Denise from when we were young.
” We simply utilized to sing & & laugh like naughty schoolgirls all the time.
” A terrific loss to Manchester and music.
” My acknowledgements to her family & & enjoyed ones. (sic)”
Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown tweeted: “RIP LOVELY DENISE JOHNSON X (sic)”, and a tweet from Stephen Morris of Pleasure Division and New Order stated he was “shocked and devastated” to become aware of her death.
808 State likewise paid their aspects on Twitter, composing: “I cant believe the news that Denise Johnson has passed -Her voice sews so many memories together in many contexts – but most of all she gave the best hugs -but you can hear that cant you ? xxxx (sic)”