FANS of a rock star whose son tragically died in a cliff fall last week will pay tribute to the late 15-year-old.

An online fundraising site has been set up by Nick Cave fans following the death of Arthur at cliffs in Ovingdean on Tuesday.

They hope to raise enough cash to buy a floral tribute for the late teenager, with any remaining donations split between two charities - Oxfam International and Youth Music.

Fundraising co-organiser Andrew Fenwick said: “Nick Cave's writing and music has undoubtedly shaped the lives of many thousands of people throughout the world and, although we don't know him personally, it feels right to show support to him and his family at what we can only imagine must be an unthinkably painful time.”

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