Graham Coxon, Flying Lotus, Zooey Deschanel pay tribute to Broadcast's Trish Keenan

Musicians take to Twitter to remember the singer

Graham Coxon, Flying Lotus, Zooey Deschanel pay tribute to Broadcast's Trish Keenan

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Blur's Graham Coxon, Flying Lotus and Zooey Deschanel are among those who have paid tribute to Broadcast's Trish Keenan - who died of complications relating to pneumonia last week (January 14).

Graham Coxon took to Twitter to call Keenan's death "devastating news", adding that it's "really hard to take in".

Neon Indian also paid tribute, tweeting: "RIP Trish Keenan. This is so incredibly sad I can't even find the words. What terrible news to wake up to. The irrefutable influence you've graced us with will remain alive in the hearts of anyone who's ever experienced your music."

Elsewhere on Twitter, Zooey Deschanel said she was "terribly sad" about Keenan's passing, while Flying Lotus wrote: "It's not fair...I wish you well on your journey Trish."

Keenan, who was 42, contracted the H1N1 strain of influenza, according to reports.

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