BBC 6 Music DJ Lauren Laverne wrote a particularly moving piece which captured the mood: "How do you grieve for someone
you didn't know, who didn't know you?
After death we go to a very beautiful place, so you should never grieve for someone
"People have come up to us after gigs and said some incredible things about how they felt after listening to a particu song.Sometimesit helps them grieve for someone
they've l and unlocked some emotion them and they've said thanks changing their life.
I find it difficult to understand how people can grieve for someone
they have never known personally or even met.
'We do not know how to react to it, how long we should grieve for someone
, how we should cope with the death of someone close.
I didn't feel grief, and that's not because I'm an uncaring person - quite the opposite - but it's near impossible to grieve for someone
you have no relationship with, let alone someone who's inflicted cruelty.
"When you grieve for someone
you loved so deeply, it's a physical pain.
'You love someone, you grieve for someone
anyway, but doing something like this focuses that grief and brings it to the surface.
AIt's reasonable to grieve for someone
you only knew through music, the press and TV.