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Aussie musician Fergus Miller dead at 26

AAP logoAAP 13/10/2016

Melbourne musician Fergus Miller, known as Bored Nothing, has reportedly died at the age of 26.

Brisbane band Major Leagues reported Miller's death on their Facebook page on Wednesday.

The band, who described Miller as a dear friend, explained that he suffered from depression.

"Fergus was an incredibly talented musician and writer. He released wonderful music through Bored Nothing, Pansy, Wedding ring bells as well as working with countless other artists and musicians," the band posted.

"Unfortunately, depression eroded away at him and he passed away on Sunday morning.

"We have all been so lucky to have known him, he enriched all of our lives and his warmth and friendship will never leave us."

Miller released two albums under the name Bored Nothing, a self-titled debut in 2011 and Some Songs in 2014, and was involved in several other bands including Revenge Surgery and Wedding Ring Bells.

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