Tragedy has struck the world of music.
All four members of the British band Viola Beach were killed in a car accident on Saturday, according to The Associated Press.
The musicians - Kris Leonard, River Reeves, Tomas Lowe and Jack Dakin, all aged between 19 and 32 - were traveling in a rental car near Stockholm, Sweden when they crashed through a barrier set up to prevent vehicles from crossing an opening drawbridge.
The vehicle reportedly fell more than 80 feet into a canal, killing all four group members and manager Craig Tarry.
It was Tarry's family, via Britain's Foreign Office, that confirmed this horrible news.
"Craig was a warm, loving person who had worked tirelessly to achieve success and follow his dreams within the music industry," their statement reads.
The band itself had performed at the Where is the Music? festival on Friday and was traveling back to Guildford, England when the crash took place.
"Our deepest sympathy to the family's and friends of #ViolaBeach today. So so sad. Our thoughts and prayers are with you," Tweeted The Script in response to the news.
A spokeswoman for the U.K.'s Foreign Office tells CNN that British officials are "in contact with Swedish authorities and supporting the families at this very difficult time," while trying to get to the bottom of what happened.
We send our condolences to the loved ones of Viola Beach.