My Chemical Romance fan project creates multi-cam video of return show
When My Chemical Romance played their reunion show at the Shrine in Los Angeles, CA on Dec. 20, many, many fans were not lucky enough to attend. Through the wonders of social media, fans not attending could hop through a few different live streams to see the career-spanning set. This allowed at least a sense of what was happening at the legendary return.
Now, a very dedicated member of the MCArmy compiled all the high-quality footage that everyone posted throughout the show. They edited them all together and made a one hour and forty-minute video of the entire gig. It is incredible. Check it out below.
YouTuber and fellow musician Jeyzeus Hayes of Australia's R. Tragedy spent a lot of time and effort to give My Chemical Romance fans a chance to witness history. Hayes asked for support for the project by asking fans to send in all the footage they took while at the show. Hayes also took YouTube videos and credited all those who took them to make the 100 minutes masterpiece. Watch it below and get ready to feel like you are there.
My Chemical Romance reunion show setlist:
“I’m Not Okay (I Promise)”
“Thank You For The Venom”
“Give ‘Em Hell, Kid”
“House Of Wolves”
“Summertime” – dedicated to Lauren
“You Know What They Do to Guys Like Us in Prison” – with Sara Taylor of Youth Code
“Our Lady of Sorrows”
“Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)”
“I Don’t Love You”
“Famous Last Words”
“The Kids From Yesterday”
“Welcome To The Black Parade”
More My Chemical Romance
According to a report from Consequence Of Sound, My Chemical Romance will be performing at next year’s Coachella music festival.
Other acts that will reportedly be performing include Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke, Lana Del Rey, and Australian electronic artist Flume.
Rage Against The Machine previously confirmed themselves as playing when their reunion became public back in November. The Instagram post the band made included the Coachella dates along with a small handful of other shows.
Frank Ocean and Travis Scott have both previously played the high-profile festival in 2012 and 2017, respectively, but this will mark the first time they’ve ever had a headliner spot.
My Chemical Romance on the other hand, have never played the festival. Although Consequence Of Sound are reporting this as their first confirmed North American date aside from the first reunion show back, the band have not commented at all regarding a Coachella show.
The festival returns for its 21st edition on April 10-12 and April 17-19 2020 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. The festival typically reveals the official lineup in January with tickets going on sale shortly after.
As of now, My Chemical Romance will perform two shows at Download Festival in Australia. They’ll be hitting up both Sydney and Melbourne on March 20 and March 21 respectively.
They’re also playing a one-off set in New Zealand with Jimmy Eat World and Download Japan shortly after. You can find more about those dates here.