Who was Toby Slater and what was his cause of death? Britpop band Catch died: Death is the ultimate truth which we can’t deny to accept and can’t even turn our face. Every living thing has to die one day and it’s the universal truth. However, from the past two years, we watched many demises and the data is constantly increasing and on a daily basis, we read or heard many death news. In this line-up one more name is added, as per the latest report, Toby Slater, the lead singer of the 1990s Britpop band Catch has recently passed away. At the time of his demise, he was 42 years and his death news is officially confirmed by Music Ally. Follow More Update On CmaTrends.com
Toby Slater Death Cause
However, the cause of his demise is not known yet and it still needs to be officially confirmed but the tributes have started to be shared online. Paul Brindley, CEO of Music Ally wrote on the web that “I can not believe I am writing this. Toby was no doubt one of the smartest people I have ever met. Always kind and wise beyond his years, I recall our first meeting when he came to interview me and I concluded up interviewing him as he seemed to know so much more than I did.”
How did Toby Slater die?
He further continued: “He had of course already had his taste of stardom with Catch when he was just 17 years old. As well as being smart and intelligent, he was also an extremely talented songwriter and musician, particularly on keyboards, and had a really lovely and beautiful voice that always make me think of Jeff Buckley. Eventually, Steve and I brought him entirely on board as a co-owner. He contributed massively to the development of the training side of our business and I was always so impressed by his manner and the way to deal with clients.”
“But when we got our first office in Goswell Road it did not begin well. I will never forget how he concluded up lying on the floor feeling ill on our first day in the office, and an early sign that he really was not cut out for the life of the office!”
Who was Toby Slater?
With Catch, Slater launched two singles in the United Kingdom and an album in Indonesia. His song “Bingo” reached Number 23 in the United Kingdom Singles Chart, whereas “Dive In” reached Number 44. He also recorded and released music as a solo artist which includes the 2002 single “Consumption”. which was mixed by engineer and English producer Mark “Spike” Stent.