Linkin Park Make It Snow While Performing 'Invisible' On 'Corden'

Catch a refreshing batch of snowfall just when we need it the most.

Written by Emilee Lindner • Photography by Eric Tsurumoto, Live Nation • June 13, 2017

Linkin Park may very well know it's summer, but that didn't stop them from making it snow on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Monday night (June 12). The California band visited the late-night TV show to play their new song, "Invisible."

Mike Shinoda belted out the forlorn track, which was written to ease the mind of a friend. "If I cannot break your fall / I'll pick you up right off the ground / If you felt invisible, I won't let you feel that now," he sang. Flecks of fake snow fluttered around the band as they jammed out the rock ballad. 

"Invisible" appears on Linkin Park's seventh album, One More Light, which debuted on the Billboard 200 last month and also includes the single "Heavy."

Linkin Park begins the North American leg of their One More Light Tour on July 27 in Mansfield, Massachusetts, so grab your tickets here.

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