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Watch Mike Shinoda Perform One More Light Live In London

Mike performed the emotional Linkin Park single with Eg White in the capital this past Sunday.

This past Sunday, Mike Shinoda played an incredible set at his Kerrang!-sponsored debut solo show at a sold-out Roundhouse.

Performing numerous Linkin Park, Fort Minor and solo tracks across a powerful 22-song set list, Mike also brought out guitarist Eg White, who collaborated on 2017’s One More Light album. Watch this emotional footage of the the title-track – the first time it’s been performed since the Chester Bennington tribute show at The Hollywood Bowl.

A fan in attendance, Simon Gibbs, has also posted a full version – mashing up multiple videos from the performance.

Just beautiful.

The set list on the night was:

Introduction (Fort Minor song)
1. Petrified (Fort Minor song)
2. I.O.U.
3. Ghosts
4. Remember The Name (Fort Minor song)
5. When They Come For Me (Linkin Park song)
6. It’s Goin’ Down (X-Ecutioners cover)
7. Hold It Together
8. Prove You Wrong
9. Roads Untraveled (Linkin Park song)
10. Sorry For Now / Step Up (Linkin Park song) (Step Up last played by Linkin Park in 2004)
11. Crossing A Line
12. Waiting For The End / Where’d You Go
13. One More Light (Linkin Park song) (with Eg White)
14. In the End (Linkin Park song)
15. About You
16. Over Again / Papercut

Encore:

17. Battle Symphony (Linkin Park song) (with Jon Green)
18. Nobody Can Save Me (Linkin Park song) (with Jon Green)
19. Make It Up As I Go
20. Castle Of Glass (Linkin Park song)
21. Good Goodbye / Bleed It Out (Linkin Park song)
22. Running From My Shadow

Posted on March 14th 2019, 1:18pm
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