LINKIN PARK's Mike Shinoda has released the official music video for his new single, "Fine". The song is featured on the soundtrack of the film "The Blackout" which was released across Russia on November 21 and in Germany, Austria, and the Baltic States on November 28.
Shinoda announced the "Fine" release on social media, sharing some of the song's lyrics on Instagram: "Tell all the children to lock those doors / I've seen the smoke in the sky before / Gotta be up on my feet / When the morning comes / 'Cause this fight you can't ignore / Everything is gonna be fine."
Mike's full-length solo album called "Post Traumatic", came out last year. Some of the disc was inspired by the death more than two years ago of LINKIN PARK singer Chester Bennington. The latter was found dead in his Los Angeles-area home on July 20, 2017 after hanging himself. LINKIN PARK headlined an all-star tribute concert for Bennington in October 2017 in Los Angeles but has not announced any future plans for recording or touring.
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