Mark Keds Wiki – Mark Keds Biography
According to Mark Keds wiki, Bio and Biography, He was an English singer, guitarist, and songwriter. He was best known as the 90s pop-punk band’s frontman and for co-writing The Libertines’ 2004 hit Can’t Stand Me Now has died. He onstage in London in June 2016. The death has been announced of Mark Keds, the singer-guitarist with acclaimed British pop punk band Senseless Things.
A cause of death has yet to be confirmed. Keds’ – real name Mark Myers – passing was announced by Senseless Things guitarist Ben Harding on Facebook. The musician was also briefly a member of The Wildhearts and most recently performed in Deadcut.
He had a songwriting gift and a boundless energy that saw him create many great songs and bands that soundtracked so many teenage years.
So sorry to hear of the passing of Mark Keds, who fronted the likes of Senseless Things, Deadcuts and my own mid-'90s favourites Jolt. Mark is pictured here bottom right, during his brief stint with The Wildhearts. pic.twitter.com/dMAk65yqGY
— Jason Arnopp – Ghoster and Jack Sparks author 💙 (@JasonArnopp) January 11, 2021
Mark Keds has died at the age of 50.
Earlier Life, Career
Keds’ – real name Mark Myers – passing was announced by Senseless Things guitarist Ben Harding on Facebook.
Senseless Matters made in London in 1986 and published five records before they divide in 1995. Round the last gigs, they released last Honey’, their first new material within 22 decades.
Recently, Keds was acting with his group Deadcuts, which he educated in 2012, and has been once part of The Wildhearts. He had a charge on The Libertines’ only can not Stand Me Now’, that was used a lineup by the solely! Kitten’, which has been published by Jolt, certainly one of the most different endeavors.
Absolutely heartsick to hear about the death of Mark Keds. Can't properly process. Too Much Kissing has always been the song I want played at my funeral. Sleep well sir and thank you for the songs that continue to soundtrack my life x pic.twitter.com/UfwT22Yxqb
— Pat Higgins (@pathigginsfilm) January 11, 2021
Like many influential pop punk acts from the US, the British quartet missed out on the major commercial success that the likes of Green Day and Blink-182 would enjoy.
Keds went on to briefly be a member of The Wildhearts and also fronted his own bands, including Jolt, Trip Fontaine, The Lams and, more recently, Deadcuts. He co-wrote The Libertines’ 2004 hit Can’t Stand Me Now, on which he was credited as Mark Hammerton.
Senseless Things – completed by bassist Morgan Nicholls and drummer Cass Browne – reunited for shows in 2017, releasing their first new material in 22 years, the track Lost Honey.
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Cause of Death
Ben Harding of pop punk band Senseless Things has paid tribute to his bandmate Mark Keds, who he told fans died on Monday morning at the age of 50
The group – made up of Mark, Ben, Morgan Nicholls and Cass Browne – went on to release four albums and achieve two UK Top 20 singles before they split in 1995. The band reformed in 2017 and went on to release new material and tour. Mark had been playing with his new band Deadcuts before the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Tributes have begun to be paid to Keds online. “Wow. Very sad to hear about Mark Keds’ passing,” Frank Turner wrote. “We chatted a few times about Deadcuts stuff, and ST were awesome. Real sadness.”
Wow. Very sad to har about Mark Keds' passing. We chatted a few times about Deadcuts stuff, and ST were awesome. Real sadness.
— Frank Turner (@frankturner) January 11, 2021
Completely broken at the news of the death of Mark Keds. His music means the world to me and his style and charm left an indelible imprint.
Rest in peace. pic.twitter.com/P2nn0JbjSf
— Wilkesy Wilkes/Dutch (@Wilkesywilkes77) January 11, 2021
Gutted to hear about the death of the prodigiously talented Mark Keds. Singer in Senseless Things and Deadcuts, writer of the toweringly wonderful Can't Stand Me Now, plus a varied and brilliant range of projects. Old friend. Goodbye, Keds. pic.twitter.com/XWvTbe1sy8
— Karen (is thinking of changing her name) (@karensskitchen) January 11, 2021