My Chemical Romance bring 'Black Parade' to T In The Park

Gerard Way and the gang attempt to conquer Scotland

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My Chemical Romance brought their 'Black Parade' to T In The Park today (July 7) as the emo heroes rocked the Radio 1/NME Stage.

The band ran through a near-identical set to the one they played at June's Download Festival.

The highlight was 2006 UK Number One single 'Welcome To The Black Parade', before which frontman Gerard Way told the punters to "Swing your arms, Scotland", drawing a hugely enthusiastic response.

My Chemical Romance played:

'This Is How I Disappear'
'Dead!'
'I'm Not Okay, I Promise'
'The Sharpest Lives'
'Welcome To The Black Parade'
'I Don't Love You'
'Give 'Em Hell Kid'
'House Of Wolves'
'Teenagers'
'You Know What They Do To Guys Like Us In Prison'
'Disenchanted'
'Mama'
'Famous Last Words'
'Cancer'
'Helena'


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Go to NME.COM/festivals for news, blogs and pictures live from both sites.

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