Police searching for the missing singer of Scottish rock band Frightened Rabbit said Friday that they have found a body at a marina in South Queensferry. Scott Hutchison was reported missing Wednesday after leaving a hotel in the same town, which is located near Edinburgh, at 1am that day. The force said formal identification has not yet taken place but Hutchison's family has been informed. Hutchison had spoken about his struggles with depression, and after his disappearance his family said they worried he was in a "fragile state." The BBC says two hours before he was seen leaving the hotel he tweeted this: "Be so good to everyone you love. It's not a given. I'm so annoyed that it's not. I didn't live by that standard and it kills me. Please, hug your loved ones."
He then tweeted: "I'm away now. Thanks." Indie-rock group Frightened Rabbit was founded by Hutchison and his drummer brother Grant and has released several albums. Other Scottish musicians paid tribute to 36-year-old Hutchison, and the AP rounds up their words. Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand tweeted: "Awful news about Scott Hutchison. A terrible loss." Stuart Murdoch of the band Belle and Sebastian posted that "the whole music community in Scotland was praying for a different outcome." Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wrote: "Heartbreaking news. My thoughts are with Scott's family, friends and fans. A remarkable and much loved talent."
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