Linkin Park pay tribute to Chester Bennington in the moving ‘One More Light’ video

“Chester, you ignited a flame of passion, laughter, and courage in our hearts forever. We miss you, brother.”

— Joe, Mike, Brad, Dave, & Rob

Chester_TributeLinkin Park has paid tribute to Chester Bennington through a special encore of One More Light.

It shows all the various moods of Chester Bennington along with his fellow bandmates and all the people they inspire in their concerts. The music video, the song, Chester’s remaining days on Earth all come together that’ll give you goosebumps as you watch the emotional video.

“Who cares if one more light goes out? Well, I do,” Chester sings in the chorus.

You also see the happy, careless moments of the band both on stage, and backstage, running through it, playfully chatting with staff.

The montage gets you going with the flicker of emotions, the soulful way Chester sings One More Light, the way you notice how the 41-year-old pours out his passion in the songs he sings.

The wife of the late singer Talinda Bennignton also shared a piece of Chester that the pvblic’s never seen before. She wrote, “My next tweet is the most personal tweet I’ve ever done.”

“I’m showing this so that you know that depression doesn’t have a face or a mood,” Talinda said, reminding the pvblic that people with depression don’t always show their true side, their true pain to others.

“This is what depression looked like to us just 36 hours before his death. He loved us so much and we loved him.”

Who cares if one more light goes out? We do, Chester. We do. Rest in peace.

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