Dissemination singer Trish Keenan has died after contracting pneumonia brought on swine influenza (H1N1).
His manager Martin Pike Spinner said he died Friday morning, January 14, which is life after Christmas.
He said: "He had been in Australia, and had stayed to see relatives and he had returned home and became ill after his return to England."
In an earlier statement, had the band's label Warp Records, confirmed that she was ill.
Voices and a critical state, Keenan started the Facebook page of the band, with Crystal Summers, who claimed to be the sister of Keenan has been sending updates.
Broadcasting was formed in 1995 and has released four studio albums and two compilations. The group was recently selected by Groening "The Simpsons" creator Matt play the 2010 festival All Tomorrow's Parties in Minehead, and have also been cited as an influence of Paul Weller for some of their recent, more experimental.
Warp statement read, "It is with great sadness that we announce that Trish Keenan from Broadcast died at 9:00 this morning in a hospital. She died of complications from pneumonia after battling illness for two weeks in intensive care.
"Our thoughts are with James Martin, his friends and family and we ask that the public respect their wishes for privacy at this time.
"This is tragic and untimely loss will be missed dear Trish -.. A unique voice, an exceptionally gifted and beautiful person rest in peace" (For more information on reporting by Stephen Dowling)