Musician Sophie Xeon died at the age of 34 in a “sudden accident”.
The artist team’s statement called her “the pioneer of the new sound” as she announced her tragic death.
Star lived in Athens, Greece at the time of his death, and the cause of his death has now been announced.
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It turned out that Sophie “slid and fell” while climbing “to see the full moon”.
The tragic news was announced on Twitter by Sophie’s record label Transgressive.
They said in a statement, “Tramatically, our beautiful Sophie passed away this morning in a terrible accident.
“She climbed to see the full moon and accidentally slipped and fell.
“She will always be with us. The family appreciates everyone’s love and support and asks for privacy during this terrible time.”
The Scottish-born star has worked with musicians including Madonna and Charli XCX throughout her career.
Sophie was also nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Album of 2019 for her album Oil Of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides.
Sophie has worked on several songs with Charli XCX for her debut album released in 2015.
She later produced Charli XCX’s 2016 album, Vroom Vroom EP, with several songs and toured with the singer.
The statement obtained from Metro.co.uk paid tribute to Sophie’s career.
“SOPHIE has been a pioneer in new sound, one of the most influential artists of the past decade.
“Not only is the original creation and creativity, but the message and visibility achieved is also important. The icon of liberation.”
“Respect for our family and privacy are our top priorities now.
“We’ll also seek respect for her fanbase and take care of the private nature of this news.”
Tributes to stars have already started pouring into social media.
French singer-songwriter Christine and Queens tweeted: “Sophie was an outstanding producer, pioneer and reference.
“She rebelled against a narrow normative society with an absolute victory as an artist or a woman.
“I can’t believe she’s gone. We must respect and respect her memories and heritage. Cherish the pioneers.”