TRIBUTES continue to pour in today for Warrington band Viola Beach after their shocking deaths alongside their band manager Craig Tarry in Sweden at the weekend. 

Flowers, bottles of beer and a signed guitar have all been left outside The Lounge today, Monday, as friends and family struggle to come to terms with the tragic news. 

Band members Kris Leonard, River Reeves, Tomas Lowe and Jack Dakin were just weeks away from playing a homecoming gig at the Pyramid on March 12 and had also announced plans to play their biggest home town show at the Parr Hall on October 1.

Earlier today we reported the flag at the Town Hall would be flying at half mast this week and a book of condolence has been opened in tribute to the well-loved indie pop four-piece.

Further tributes have been added today, Tuesday, as flowers and candles spill out on to the street outside The Lounge.