Luke Bather - 25th July 2017

Mark Fiore's fly-on-the-wall tour video for Linkin Park takes on a whole new context in the wake of frontman Chester Bennington's death last week.

Released just hours before news broke of Bennington's suicide, the video is a candid, stylistically-edited document of a band at the height of their success. Playing in huge venues to adoring fans, the fast-moving footage of Linkin Park's progress across the world gets the adrenalin pumping, But now it comes tinted with an almost unreal sense of tragedy.


DirectorMark Fiore

Luke Bather - 25th July 2017

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