Honoring those gone. Bono and his U2 bandmates set bouquets of flowers in a candlelight memorial on Saturday, Nov. 14, honoring the casualties of the Paris terror assaults.
“If you consider it, the majority of casualties last night are music fans. These are our folks. This might be me. You at a show, in that venue. It is a very identifiable scenario for you and also for the and the cold blooded aspect of this slaughter is deeply upsetting and that’s what I can not escape from my head.”
In a video shared on YouTube, the philanthropic vocalist and his fellow bandmates are seen placing bouquets of flowers at a makeshift candlelight memorial outside the Bataclan at twilight, looking somber.