Kyle Pavone Foundation launched in honor of late We Came as Romans singer; listen to posthumously released track

Kyle Pavone Foundation launched in honor of late We Came as Romans singer; listen to posthumously released trackDaniel Boczarski/Redferns The family of Kyle Pavone has launched a charity organization in honor of the late We Came as Romans vocalist. According to its website, the Kyle Pavone Foundation aims to "serve and advocate for the musician community in their time of greatest need, providing hope and a means to carry on." For more info, visit KylePavoneFoundation.org. Pavone, who provided clean vocals for We Came as Romans, died last Saturday, August 25 at age 28. A cause of death has yet to be revealed. In other news, Pavone is posthumously featured on a new song called "Frequency" by electronic musician Jauz. The track appears on Jauz's new album The Wise and the Wicked, which arrived today on digital outlets. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.