Frontman Jesse Hughes took to the level, screaming the heavy rock cliche “is everyone having a great time” ahead of the band tore into Patti Smith’s ‘Folks have the Energy’.
The spectacle used to be met with screams from Paris’ AccorHotels Area as the 2 bands stood in team spirit after the town’s fatal terror assaults not up to a month in the past.
Introducing the band, U2 celebrity Bono advised the 16,000 capability area: “They have been robbed in their level 3 weeks in the past and we want to be offering them ours this night.”
The ill terror assaults in Paris took the lives of 130 other folks together with 89 within the Bataclan theatre the place Eagles of Demise Steel have been acting.
Frontman Hughes had in the past stated: “Our pals went there to peer rock and roll and died. I need to return there and are living.”
The emotional show got here as a surprise to enthusiasts, after heavy rumours pressured U2 to say the American rock band would now not be becoming a member of them onstage.
U2 had deliberate to play two dates directly after the savage terror moves by way of ISIS jihadis – however rescheduled to offer protection to lovers.
Bono stated: “Such a lot that used to be taken from Paris at the tragic night time of November 13th is irreplaceable.
“For one night time, the killers took lives, took track, took peace of thoughts – however they could not scouse borrow the spirit of that town.
“It is a spirit our band is aware of smartly and can attempt to serve once we go back for the postponed presentations.”
Supply : EXPRESS