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Following the announcement, fans started a campaign to promote the record and try to get solo shows in their cities.
Announcing a global effort: Let's Make Some Noise. We're partnering with fansites and our fellow @LPAmbassadors to raise awareness for MS/Post Traumatic to make the noise globally to get a show near you. #PostTraumaticTour
— Linkin Park Live (@LPLive) February 7, 2018
In order to show which cities they would like the tour to hit, fans created a campaign on WeDemand. They also came up with the hashtag #PostTraumaticTour to raise awareness about the project.
Shinoda, who recently told fans they should “make noise” if they wanted to see them live, shared the campaign links, as well as a video explaining how followers can help:
If you want me to play a show in your city, let me know by voting here:
— Mike Shinoda (@mikeshinoda) February 8, 2018
— LinkinParkCoalition (@LPCoalition) February 8, 2018
Shinoda describes Post Traumatic as “not Linkin Park nor Fort Minor [Shinoda's periodic hip-hop side project], it's just me.”
“Art has always been the place I go when I need to sort through the complexity and confusion of the road ahead,” he says of the EP “I don't know where this path goes, but I'm grateful I get to share it with you.”
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