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22 July 2016, 11:00 | Updated: 22 July 2016, 11:29
The band posted the video in dedication to their "brother and bandmate" who died 20 years ago today.
Tim Burgess and The Charlatans have paid tribute to original member, Rob Collins, who died in a car crash in Wales 20 years ago today.
Taking to Twitter, the band paid homage to their keyboardist and shared previously unseen footage of their 1994 gig at the Shepherd's Bush Empire.
Watch it below:
Tim Burgess also posted his picture in a tweet, which read: "20 years ago on July 22nd 1996 we lost our brother and bandmate Rob Collins [..] Never forgotten".
Going onto speak about the first time they met, the Love Is The Key frontman added: "Our voices were side by side on all those records. He was a leader and a brother. We miss him every day."
See his full tweet below:
At the time of his passing, The Charlatans were three weeks away from playing their biggest show to-date, supporting Oasis at their now iconic Knebworth show.
Liam Gallagher went on to pay tribute to the star at the gig, saying "live forever mate," before singing Cast No Shadow.
See the band perform Indian Rope and Then in 1991: