Linkin Area has released a new training video for ‘One More Light’ as a tribute to frontman Chester Bennington, who committed suicide in July.
The video recording features videos of the later singer and all of those other band over time, and ends with a text-on-screen subject matter that reads: “Chester, you ignited a flame of enthusiasm, laughter and courage in our hearts permanently. We miss you, sibling.”
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‘One More Light’ wasn’t intended to be a one, but has become especially meaningful for the group and its followers since the tragedy.
“It has been incredibly mental to work on this and especially to watch it,” says band-mate Joe Hahn.
“I feel that by doing it, we not only experienced a few of our biggest doubts, but it empowered us to utilize our abilities to bring some light to people who require it.”
The ‘Numb’ hitmakers have also declared a one-off Bennington tribute concert, set to occur in Los Angeles in October.
— LINKIN PARK (@linkinpark) September 18, 2017