Linkin Park posted the full episode of Carpool Karaoke, which the band filmed a week before frontman Chester Bennington’s tragic suicide on July 20th.
The episode features Bennington, his Linkin Park bandmates Mike Shinoda and Joe Hahn, and actor Ken Jeong.
In it, the four sing Linkin Park hits “Numb,” “In the End,” and “Talking to Myself,” as well as Outkast’s “Hey Ya,” the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Under the Bridge,” Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama,” and Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing.”
They also, as per Carpool Karaoke tradition, chat between songs. For instance, they play a game in which they scream for the things that they love (Bennington does so for street tacos and Dungeons & Dragons).
Not to mention, the foursome leave the car at one point for a little dance break. And eventually, they move into a party bus for more karaoke, where they are joined by a woman whom Jeong invited off the street.
The video ends with information about One More Light, a fund created by Linkin Park in honor of its late bandmate.
“Music For Relief has established the one more light fund in memory of co-founder, Chester Bennington. The fund will honor his generous spirit and his desire to help others,” Music For Relief’s description of the fund reads.
To make a donation, visit musicforrelief.org. Our thoughts are with Bennington’s family, friends, and fans.