Watch this crowd belt out Linkin Park's 'Numb' as Mike Shinoda fumbles along

'Are you gonna sing it?'
Mike Shinoda
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Live concerts… remember those? Before the pandemic took a hold of our lives and live events happened in the comfort of our homes, fans gathered together to belt out their favorites and let their emotions get carried off into seething crowds.

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The incredible footage below was shot by a fan in Oberhausen, Germany in 2019, during Mike Shinoda’s 2019 Post Traumatic European tour, which he embarked on after dropping a collection of songs tackling the loss of his Linkin Park bandmate Chester Bennington in July of 2017.

Watch below as Shinoda asks the crowd if they’d like to hear him fumble through the Linkin Park favorite “Numb,” and stay for the resulting chills as the entire audience sings Chester's parts perfectly. Oh, and bring some tissues…

Shinoda promised fans that he would perform at least one song from both Linkin Park and his other project, Fort Minor, during the outing and this version of “Numb” is without a doubt an unforgettable surprise, with each and every attendee hitting Chester’s notes in unison.

Now, with the easing of health restrictions in multiple countries, this feeling of belonging and collective emotion is about to make a big return. Take a look at some of the bands and artists currently on the road, and keep up with official announcements as they continue to roll in right here.

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