Bring Me The Horizon frontman compares rumoured Coldplay album cover to their ‘Sempiternal’ artwork

Oli Sykes says band is "jacking our steez" with spyrograph design

Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes has accused Coldplay of “jackin our steez” over the band’s rumoured new artwork.

As reported yesterday (October 30), Coldplay fans are speculating that a mysterious poster spotted on a London Underground platform could be the artwork to new album ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’. The design features a colourful ‘flower of life’ geometric pattern and a date in December.

Fans of the group have taken to social media to claim the advert is for Coldplay’s seventh album, citing a similar design on frontman Chris Martin’s T-shirt at the recent Global Citizen Festival in New York.

However, one person not excited by the poster is Oli Sykes who raised comparisons between the design and that of his band’s 2013 album ‘Sempiternal’. Writing on Twitter he said Coldplay were “jackin our steez hard.” Sykes designed the cover of the album himself.

Coldplay are yet to confirm that the underground posters have anything to do with them. NME has contacted a spokesperson for the band but has not yet received a reply. Bring Me The Horizon released ‘Sempiternal’ in 2013. It features the singles ‘Shadow Moses’ and ‘Sleepwalking’.

See both designs below:

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Bring Me The Horizon tour later this year. The metal band will hit the road in November. In addition to the dates confirmed earlier this month, Bring Me The Horizon will also play gigs in Southampton, Glasgow and Bristol. Additionally, the band will play twice in Birmingham on November 29 with a matinee performance in the afternoon taking place before a regular evening gig.

The band previously confirmed arena gigs in Edinburgh, Doncaster and Cardiff as well as a huge London date at Alexandra Palace on November 28.

Bring Me The Horizon will play:

Glasgow, O2 Academy (November 24)
Edinburgh, Corn Exchange (November 25)
Doncaster, Dome (November 26)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (November 27)
London, Alexandra Palace (November 28)
Birmingham, 02 Academy (November 29 – matinee)
Birmingham, 02 Academy (November 29)
Bristol, O2 Academy (November 30)

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