Singer and member of the Il Divo quartet, Carlos Marin, died at the age of 53 after contracting COVID-19 in early December.
And it was his music partners who made the announcement on Twitter on Sunday afternoon.
“It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our friend and partner Carlos Marin. His friends, family and fans will miss him. There will be no other voice or soul like Carlos.”
And according to the newspaper “Daily Mail”, the singer died in a hospital in the British city of Manchester, after losing contact with her after battling Covid-19. Carlos Marin fell into a coma.
The 53-year-old, who was vaccinated against COVID-19, fell ill on December 7. He had been intubated when he arrived in intensive care at the Royal Manchester Infirmary.
“The four of us have participated in the incredible adventure of Il Divo for 17 years. We will miss our friend. We hope and pray that his soul rest in peace,” David, Sebastian and Urs signed on Twitter.
The baritone has been a star of the band since its inception in 2003. The band has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide since its inception.