MEMBERS of the band Frightened Rabbit have laid a floral tribute at the marina where the body of singer Scott Hutchison was recovered.

The band members visited the marina on Friday evening, shortly after his body was identified. Tributes have been pouring in since 36-year-old Hutchison’s death was confirmed.

A spokesman for Port Edgar Marina said: "Frightened Rabbit came down to the marina last night and left a floral tribute where his body was recovered."

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Owners of Port Edgar Marina in South Queensferry considered cancelling an open weekend event after his body was pulled from the water on Thursday evening, but the band's management team and record label urged them to go ahead with the two-day event, which will raise money for the Scottish Association of Mental Health (SAMH).

Russell Aitken, managing director of Port Edgar Marina, said: "Scott had spoken publicly about his mental health issues, so Port Edgar Marina has chosen to support the SAMH this weekend, in an effort to raise money for the charity during the open weekend."

Hutchison went missing in the early hours of Wednesday after disappearing from the Dakota Hotel in South Queensferry around 1am, and his body was found on Thursday night around 8.30pm.

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In a statement released through Police Scotland, the singer’s family said: “As a family, we are utterly devastated with the tragic loss of our beloved Scott. He was passionate, articulate and charismatic, as well as being one of the funniest and kindest people we knew.”