Sykes married model and tattoo artist Hannah Pixie Snowdon in Tuscany, Italy during July 2015. The couple had been engaged since December 2013.
Eighteen months later and Sykes has uploaded a clip of himself, a house band and wedding guests all singing along to Craig David’s song, which was originally released with the title ‘Re-Rewind (The Crowd Say Bo Selecta)’ in 1999 with Artful Dodger.
Watch the video of the cover in full below.
Craig David later praised the cover on Twitter, saying that Sykes “smashing it out the park”.
Smashed it out the park! ⚾️ ??? https://t.co/LtOW7Sq1Yx
— Craig David (@CraigDavid) February 3, 2016
Craig David’s career underwent a revival in 2015, a year which saw David release comeback single ‘When The Bassline Drops’, appear at Bestival in September and joining Major Lazer onstage at a gig in London in October.
He is expected to release new album ‘Following My Intuition’ in 2016, his first since ‘Signed Sealed Delivered’ in 2010.
Meanwhile, Bring Me The Horizon are to receive the NME Innovation Award at next month’s NME Awards 2016 ceremony with Austin, Texas. The band follow previous winners including Damon Albarn and Crystal Castles.
Mike Williams, editor-in-chief of NME said of the honour: “Awarding Bring Me The Horizon with this year’s Innovation Award was a complete no brainer for NME. Their live shows are absolutely mind-blowing and as a band, they have an incredible amount of creative energy. This sees them innovate time and time again, crossing over from the metal world into the mainstream whilst retaining what made them great in the first place.”
As well as accepting their award in person, the band will take to the stage to perform as part of the ceremony at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on February 17.
Bring Me The Horizon singer Oli Sykes said: “We are extremely excited to be invited to play the awards, this year is full of new experiences, and us playing outside of our comfort zones, this is no exception and we couldn’t be more up for it.”