Members of We Came as Romans have spoken out on social media following the death of singer Kyle Pavone. Drummer David Puckett took to Twitter earlier today (Aug. 26) for a series of tweets, which read, "None of us were ready to say goodbye. But I know that Kyle is happy right now, because the entire world cane together with the unfortunate news. Tens of thousands of people all over the world supporting one another, encouraging each other and sharing stories together."

He continued, "Kyle loved bringing people together, however he could- whether that was by being on stage, or by being he most ridiculous person in a room making everyone laugh. He loved creating moments for everyone to share, and he would be ecstatic to see us all supporting each other like the big family that we are. Thank you to everyone who has been reaching out to us and sharing your stories with us. Love you all."

Puckett also shared a message on Instagram shortly after the news broke yesterday (Aug. 25). "Forever a legend. Forever my brother. No one will ever be able to light up a room like you. Thank you for sharing your life with me, Kyle. It will continue on with all of us, together. I love you so much, and I miss you more than I can comprehend. I can’t wait to see you again."

Co-vocalist Dave Stephens has remained silent on the matter with the exception of sharing a picture of himself and Pavone with the caption, "I will love you forever and I miss you already, brother."

I will love you forever and I miss you already, brother.

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Guitarists Joshua Moore and Lou Cotton, along with bassist Andy Glass, have also shared brief words on Pavone via Instagram.

I love you brother

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I love you forever...

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Pavone died yesterday, Aug. 26. The news was confirmed by the band in an official statement. A cause of death has yet to be revealed. Various musicians spoke out in support of Pavone, which you can see here.

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R.I.P. Kyle Pavone

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