The track is taken from band's album 'That's The Spirit'
Bring Me The Horizon have today (March 16) released a brand new video for their track ‘Follow You’.
The band -who released their latest album ‘That’s The Spirit’ in 2015 – will be embarking on a run of UK shows later on this year, kicking off on 31 October at London’s O2 Arena and concluding on November 9 at Glasgow’s Hydra. The full list of dates is at the bottom of the page.
Bring Me The Horizon – who are led by frontman Oli Sykes – today released the video for the new track, which features a gruesome and gore-soaked tale of an end-of-the-world apocalypse. Watch it below.
Bring Me The Horizon appeared on Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway on March 5 where they taught a fan’s grandmother how to scream.
The band – who released their critically acclaimed ‘That’s The Spirit’ LP in 2015 – appeared on a segment of the Saturday night TV show, broadcast weekly on ITV.
A fan’s grandmother was given the chance to hang out with the band at the NME Awards 2016 with Austin, Texas and took the chance to ask frontman Oli Sykes to teach her how to scream. Watch below for the results.
Recently, at the NME Awards 2016 with Austin, Texas, frontman Oli Sykes jumped on Coldplay‘s table as his band played live. Scroll below to watch footage of the incident.
While performing ‘Happy Song’, Sykes ventured out into the audience and clambered onto the table Godlike Genius recipients Coldplay were sitting at. Sykes kicked over glasses and bottles with Coldplay guitarist Jonny Buckland moving to avoid the spillage.
Speaking to NME after the incident, keyboardist Jordan Fish said: “I don’t think [Oli] was aiming for Coldplay. It was just whoever was nearest, it [just] happened to be Coldplay”.
Sykes himself explained: “I had no sound in my ears so I thought ‘Well, there might be sound out there.’ There weren’t sound out there so when I came back there was a table, which I got on. There wasn’t any sound on there, but it was a bit more energetic up there. It was in no way a protest against Coldplay. “
Bring Me The Horizon won the NME Innovation Award on the night, with drummer Matt Nicholls describing it as the “best award we’ve ever got”, and saying that he would “shove it up my arse”.
Coldplay’s Chris Martin, meanwhile, said he had never heard of Bring Me The Horizon before the performance but that “it was great, very rock n roll.”
See the incident below.
LONDON, O2 ARENA (October 31)
BOURNEMOUTH, BIC (November 1)
NOTTINGHAM Capital FM Arena (2)
BIRMINGHAM Barclaycard Arena (4)
LONDON O2 (5)
SHEFFIELD Arena (6)
MANCHESTER Arena (8)
GLASGOW Hydro (9)