WATCH: Manchester Unites With Impromptu Oasis Singalong In Wake Of Bombing

The city of Manchester, quite understandably, is reeling following this week’s horrific terrorist bombing at the Manchester Arena which killed 22 innocent people and injured over 100 others.
Citizens have rallied in their thousands to pay their respects to those who lost their lives after an Ariana Grande concert on Monday night (local time).
A makeshift memorial at the city’s St Ann’s Square has served as a central focal point for the outpouring of grief, with hundreds upon hundreds of flowers laid by ordinary residents. The square was the site of a mass service yesterday, with thousands gathering to observe a minute’s silence.
In the quiet aftermath of the minute, one lone woman began an impromptu rendition of Mancunian band Oasis‘ 1995 hit ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger.’ Scores more joined in as the song became something of a symbol of hope and love. People sang quietly, never once going overboard into bawdy territory, and the crowd erupted in applause.
It’s a beautiful moment, symbolic of a city that’s in mourning, but refusing to stand down in the face of an unspeakable act.

A city, united. To be sure.

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