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On Tuesday, the punk rock group broke the heartbreaking news of their deceased bandmate on Twitter.

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"We are quite depressed. The message read, "Our Darryl went away yesterday afternoon in London.

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Darryl Hunt, a bassist with the Pogues, passed away. At 72 years old, he was. There has been no mention of a cause of death.

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The notification read, "Darryl Gatwick Hunt 04/05/1950 - 08/08/2022,"

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adding the song's words "I know you want to hear me hold my breath in the song "Love You 'Til the End. I will always adore you."

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Hunt, who joined the Pogues in 1986, was born in Hampshire, England, in 1950.

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He played in the rock bands Plummet Airlines and The Favorites before to joining the group.

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Stacy, 63, tweeted her response to the Hunt news: "This is terrible. Daz, I'll see you all the way through. ' It's in the refrigerator.

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Hunt co-wrote the song "Love you 'til the end" and had an appearance on the 1988 album "If I'd Fall From Grace With God."

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The performer's most recent appearance was on the 1996 album "Pog Mahone" by the band.

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Fans expressed their sorrow in the comments section after Pogues offered the same tribute on his Instagram account.

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"I am heartbroken to learn this awful news. Darryl was a fantastic musician and a kind guy in general. RIP," a supporter wrote.

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Dotre ki. Such awful news," another person wrote. "I'm glad I saw Pogs twice in 2008," How talented a musician Daryl was!"