Earlier this month, Linkin Park co-vocalist Mike Shinoda returned with a pop-punky new solo song called "Already Over," and he recently assembled a who's who of Australian musicians for a one-time-only studio performance.
The lineup included Stand Atlantic singer Bonnie Fraser, Polaris drummer Daniel Furnari, and Between You & Me bassist James Karagiozis, and after whipping through an in-studio live version of "Already Over," the whole gang busted out a rendition of Linkin Park's "Bleed It Out."
According to Setlist.fm, Shinoda hasn't played a proper solo show since 2019, but back during that touring cycle he would frequently include "Bleed it Out" — a track from Linkin Park's Minutes to Midnight — in his encore.
Therefore, it's been a solid four years since Shinoda performed "Bleed it Out," but he sounded like he was having a blast banging it out with his gaggle of Aussie session mates, including Fraser singing the parts of late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington.
Check out the video of "Already Over" and "Bleed it Out" above via YouTube.