EDM Producer Pierce Fulton Dead Following ‘Tragic Struggle with His Mental Health,’ Says Brother


Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images Pierce Fulton     

EDM producer Pierce Fulton died on Thursday at age 28 following a “tragic struggle with his mental health.”

His older brother Griff launched an announcement Monday throughout Pierce’s social media platforms saying the demise of his brother. 

“It breaks my heart to share with you that Pierce passed away on Thursday evening following a tragic struggle with his mental health,” the assertion started.

“Pierce was so incredibly full of life, love & unimaginable creativity. He was kind, caring, thoughtful, silly & sweet. The most magical person that we were all so blessed to know, hear & see. He was an expert at absolutely anything he set his mind to & had this incredible ability to retain knowledge unlike anyone I’ve ever known. The only word that truly can describe his abilities is genius,” Griff wrote. 

“He could captivate a room of strangers in the blink of an eye with only one hope – to make everyone feel loved, comfortable & welcomed. He traveled the globe for the better part of a decade doing what he loved & cemented powerful friendships with so many wonderful people along the way, accomplishing more in his career in music than most could dream to accomplish in a lifetime,” Griff added. “He loved you all so much & wanted to give you everything he had; and he had so much to give.”


Monica Schipper/Getty Images Pierce Fulton     

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Pierce rose to fame along with his breakout single “Kuaga (Lost Time)” in 2015. His remaining album, Keeping the Little Things, was launched final August. 

“To everyone out there who listened to his songs, thank you. To everyone out there who bought tickets to his shows & danced with him, thank you. To everyone out there who was lucky enough to cross paths with him at any point in life & made him feel loved, thank you,” the household’s assertion continued.

The household went on to thank prolonged household and pals for his or her help, first responders and St. Vincent’s ICU employees – the latter two of which they known as “truly some of the most extraordinary people we’ve ever met.”

Pierce is survived by his mom Brook, father Mike, sister Addie, brother Griffith and spouse Anastasia.

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If you or somebody you realize want psychological well being assist, textual content “STRENGTH” to the Crisis Text Line at 741-741 to be linked to an authorized disaster counselor.

The household created the e-mail deal with pierce@piercefulton.com for followers and pals to ship any reminiscences or ideas in regards to the EDM producer.

They have additionally vowed to start out a company aimed toward creating “real & lasting positive change” for these battling with their psychological well being.

The assertion ended with a message encouraging folks dealing with issue to “take your intuition seriously, speak up about your feelings, and reach out for help.”

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“Be kind to yourself, so that you may also be kind to others. Pause & listen. Observe your surroundings with open eyes and an open heart,” the household wrote. “Life is full of endless beauty, no matter how difficult things may feel – a brighter day is right around the corner.”

Several EDM artists expressed their condolences to Pierce’s household on-line.

WRLD wrote on Twitter, “rest in peace Pierce ❤️ thank you for inspiring us all.”

“So sad to hear this 😔 Rest In Peace,” Louis The Child tweeted.

EDEN wrote, “there are no words. i am so glad to have been able to call you a friend. rest easy pierce.”

If you or somebody you realize is contemplating suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), textual content “STRENGTH” to the Crisis Text Line at 741-741 or go to suicidepreventionlifeline.org.