My Chemical Romance has started their on-the-road trek, and at the third show, a video was recorded honoring the fans that were lost the last few years.
Gerard Way, the frontman of My Chemical Romance, said the following:
“So this is kind of crazy, this is our third show, we’ve played two shows and I think it was the first night where were fucking around having a good time and I was talking about how its been two and a half years and how does it feel and things like that…And it occurred to me later after the second show, that there was a bunch of people that were probably gonna be at these shows that aren’t here with us anymore. And I think it was yesterday, a friend of mine told me that there were some people on the internet that had gotten a list as best they could of names of people that were gonna come to the shows.”
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:
— swarm 🪰 (@24kviolents) May 19, 2022
The flag got to the band after another fan, @cemeterycure on Twitter, shared this tweet with the flag:
Two years ago when @MCRofficial announced their shows, I couldn’t stop thinking about mcr fans who have passed away and won’t be able to be there, so I asked people across instagram and twitter to send me the names of these fans, and I made this memorial flag 1/2 pic.twitter.com/mQCM70XZx9
— emmy (@cemeterycure) May 18, 2022
To those who have passed on, as the flag notes, “your memory will carry on.”
Check to see if My Chemical Romance will be in your area by hitting up their tour dates here.
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