British pop band Depeche Mode ("Just Can't Get Enough") keyboardist Andy Fletcher has died. "We are shocked and filled with immense sadness at the untimely death of our dear friend, family and band member Andy Fletch "Fletcher," the band wrote on Twitter Thursday night.

Fletcher was 60 years old.

There were no further details about his death.

"Fletch had a true heart of gold and was always there when you needed support, a lively conversation, a laugh or a cold beer," the band continued.

Hearts are with his family and we ask that their privacy be respected at this difficult time.

Andrew "Andy" Fletcher was born in 1961 in Nottingham, England.

The musician founded the band in the late 1970s together with Martin Gore and Vince Clarke, still under the name "Composition of Sound".

With the addition of lead singer Dave Gahan, the quartet changed their name to Depeche Mode.

The musicians became world famous in the 1980s with songs like "Personal Jesus" and "Just Can't Get Enough".

Depeche Mode's last album was released in 2017 under the name "Spirit".