Trish Keenan, the lead singer of pop band Broadcast died on Friday , according to an announcement made by Warp Records.

Trish, 42,died of complications arising out of pneumonia or H1N1 flu, it is not clear. She passed away after two weeks of intensive care in hospital.

The artist's record label said in a statement, This is an untimely tragic loss and we will miss Trish dearly -- a unique voice, an extraordinary talent and a beautiful human being.

The band was fairly obscure but were very popular with electronic and indie music lovers. The band first released a song in 1995. Their single 'The Book Lovers' was also featured on the soundtrack of the film Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery.

Their latest was a collaboration with the Focus group titled Broadcast and the Focus Group Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age.

The group was heavily influenced by the 1960s American group, The United States of America and used the same electric sounds as them. Although, they added their own style giving their music a more edgier sci-fi futuristic sound.

Trish was one of the major attractions of the band with her soothing voice adding a contrasting effect to the electrical sounds.