Linkin Park shares a ‘lost’ track from the ‘Meteora’ sessions

Linkin Park has unearthed a new song “Lost,” which features vocals from the late Chester Bennington.

It features the same electronic instrumentals and breathy backing vocals that are common throughout the band’s discography. The chorus explodes into something bigger than itself, boasting about the power Bennington had in his voice.

After Bennington’s death, the members of Linkin Park mostly went in their separate directions when Mike Shinoda dropped his post-traumatic EP in 2018.

“It is a journey of sorrow and darkness, not sorrow and darkness,” Shinoda said in a statement at the time. “If people have been through something similar, I hope they feel less alone. If they didn’t go through that, I hope they’re grateful.”

A few years later, in 2020, Linkin Park was still honoring the 20th anniversary of hybrid theory by sharing a slew of original demos and songs including the recording of their massive hit “In The End” across six discs.

“I didn’t want it to be sad, that was part of the problem,” Shinoda shared on Apple Music Hits (via Kerrang). “I thought, ‘It’s too early for this. Will it be sad for people?’”

“I felt like this timing can be a really beautiful moment to reflect on and celebrate the journey,” he added.

Listen to Linkin Park’s “Lost” above.

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Jaclyn Diaz

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