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Bring Me The Horizon warm up for Reading & Leeds at tiny London show

  • Bring Me The Horizon warmed up for their appearance at last weekend’s Reading and Leeds Festivals with a tiny show in London tattoo parlour The Circle - and fans queued up from early on.

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  • The Sheffield metallers were playing the show as part of a Converse ‘Get Loud’ campaign to launch a new line of rock craftsmanship sneakers.

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  • They treated fans to a 50-minute set, drawn mostly from their new album ‘Sempiternal’.

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  • Sticking largely to the same setlist they had been playing on this summer’s Warped Tour, the band kicked off with recent single ‘Shadow Moses’.

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  • They then went into crowd favourite ‘Chelsea Smile’ from their second record ‘Suicide Season’.

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  • In all, the band played nine tracks, six of which were taken from ‘Sempiternal’.

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  • That includes set closer ‘Antivist’ and new single ‘Can You Feel My Heart?’.

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  • Throughout the show, singer Oli Sykes encouraged the crowd to forget the cramped conditions and create some mosh pits, which they did on several occasions.

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  • Bring Me The Horizon played: 'Shadow Moses' 'Chelsea Smile' 'Go To Hell, For Heaven's Sake' 'House Of Wolves' 'Can You Feel My Heart?' 'Diamonds Aren't Forever' 'Sleepwalking' 'Blessed With A Curse' 'Antivisit'

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  • After the intimate warm-up show, Bring Me The Horizon headed off to play the Main Stage at both legs of the Reading and Leeds Festival.

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    Added: 28 Aug 2013