Zedd to play drums at charity concert honouring Linkin Park's Chester Bennington

Zedd to play drums at charity concert honouring Linkin Park's Chester Bennington

But far from being a joyful moment from the rock singer, it just marks the ideal example of how you can never tell what depression looks like.

The video, which sees the band driving around LA singing a selection of their own hits as well as covers, was recorded in LA on 14 July - six days before the singer took his own life.

They said they released the video, filmed a week before Bennington committed suicide, with the family's blessing. It features the frontman, his bandmates Mike Shonda and Joe Hahn, and actor Ken Jeong (The Hangover).

It opens with Jeong joking about joining the band and changing the name to "Lin -Ken Park". Either that or become their official dancer and "fly-girl" because his dance moves are epic.

The rockers also blast out versions of Outkast's Hey Ya and the Red Hot Chili Pepper's Under The Bridge.

The One More Light Fund was established to honor Chester.

"We will navigate it as delicately as possible and just adhere to whatever wishes they would want because I don't think there's any other way we could deal with it". They sang "Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd, even roping in a female fan from the street, and Aerosmith's "I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing". "All my thoughts and prayers go out to Chester and his family and friends at this time.".

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