Tickets will be allocated through a ballot system
Bring Me The Horizon will play a free intimate show in London this Friday (September 11), on the day of the release of their new album, ‘That’s The Spirit’.
The show will take place at House Of Vans in Waterloo, SE1, with the show accompanied by an exclusive screening of the band’s ‘Live At Wembley’ DVD. It’ll be BMTH’s second small show of the week, after they played Kingston’s Rose Theatre last night, and follows on from their Reading & Leeds Festivals appearances.
The band were in a confident mood speaking to NME recently, with frontman Ollie Sykes saying: “Touring every step of the way has made us appreciate all of this way more. Do we want to headline here someday? It would be amazing. We feel like we could do it justice. If we got offered that slot we’d make sure it was one to remember.”
‘That’s The Spirit’ is the follow-up to 2013’s ‘Sempiternal’, which has sold over half a million copies worldwide to date.
You can enter the gig ballot – which probably won’t stay open for long – through Queueapp, here.
Check out NME‘s coverage of Bring Me The Horizon’s circle pits at Reading Festival here.
Their UK tour dates, announced two week ago, are as follows:
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (November 25)
Doncaster Dome (26)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (27)
London Alexandra Palace (28)