Cornish shanty supergroup The Fisherman's Friends return with a new single release - their first activity since the tragic accident which devastated the group in February.
The song, Mary Anne, which was recorded shortly before the accident, features Trevor Grills on lead vocals. Trevor was killed along with the band's tour manager Paul McMullen when a metal door fell on the men as they prepared for a show at a theatre in Guildford.
A new album is also set to be released in August.
The Friends posted the above video to YouTube today, and wrote on their Facebook page:
"Thank you all for your patience and understanding. We now feel able to give you some positive news: Today we release the track "Mary Anne" with Trevor singing lead vocal, which was recorded shortly before his tragic death.
Meanwhile you can pre-order the new album "One and All" on Amazon: http://ow.ly/mmbV1 "Welcome back, Friends!