The official Twitter account of Pink Floyd has posted a new tweet on their verified account and announced the death of a talented singer who worked with Pink Floyd back in 1973: Barry St John, with her real name, Eliza Janet Thomson.

The late star Barry St John collaborated with the band on Pink Floyd’s 45-million-selling legendary album, ‘Dark Side Of The Moon,’ and sang four different songs: Time, Us and Them, Brain Damage and Eclipse. Unfortunately, she passed away from this world at the age of 76.

While the cause of death has not revealed yet, Pink Floyd did not forget to mourn the legendary star who collaborated with Pink Floyd. Here is the emotional post of the official account of the band’s official Twitter account:

“We were sad to hear about the recent passing of Barry St John (real name Eliza Janet Thomson) who sang on Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side Of The Moon.

She released singles in the 1960s before turning to session work in the 1970s, also singing for Elton John, John Lennon & many others.

You can check out the tweet of Pink Floyd below.

Pink Floyd fans paid tribute to Barry St John in the comment section of the post. One of the fans, Scott W, Allen has shared the Youtube video of Pink Floyd song The Great Gig In The Sky and showed his respect to the vocal solo at the beginning of that song.

You can listen to the song below.