There have been several vigils for the victims of the Manchester bombing since the atrocity took place on Monday.
The most recent was held this morning at St. Ann's Square in the city centre, where a one-minute silence was held in their memory.
After the minute had elapsed, a chorus of 'Don't Look Back in Anger' - a song by Oasis, themselves a Mancunian band - broke out, and proved an extremely moving sight.
The video was captured by ITV journalist Daniel Hewitt and can be seen below:
After the minute's silence in St Ann's square, a quiet, spontaneous rendition of Don't Look Back in Anger broke out in the crowd #Manchester pic.twitter.com/zS97nhD7Dv
— Daniel Hewitt (@DanielHewittITV) May 25, 2017