New York-born EDM producer Pierce Fulton died on Thursday at age 28 following
a “tragic struggle with his mental health.”
His older brother Griff released a statement Monday across Pierce’s social media
platforms announcing the death of his brother.
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. ‘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
‘He loved you all so much & wanted to give you everything he had, and he had so
much to give.’
Griff added: ‘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.’ Fulton is survived by Griff,
his mother Brook, his father Mike, sister Addie and his wife Anastasia.
Tributes poured in from Fulton’s fellow musicians with Sultan and Shephard writing:
‘We are so sorry for your loss.
Pierce was such a beautiful guy who always put a smile on our faces when we saw
him. We’re so glad we got to make music with him and get to know him.
Sending your family our deepest condolences.’
Yotto said: ‘I’m so very sorry for your loss. Pierce was a unique
human, beautiful text Griff.’