Sheffield metallers squeeze into London’s The Circle tattoo shop for an intimate gig for Converse Get Loud
Bring Me The Horizon warmed up for their appearance at this weekend’s Reading and Leeds Festivals with a tiny show in London tattoo parlour The Circle.
The Sheffield metallers were playing the show as part of a Converse ‘Get Loud’ campaign to launch a new line of rock craftsmanship sneakers and treated fans to a 50-minute set, drawn mostly from their new album ‘Sempiternal’.
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’ before going into crowd favourite ‘Chelsea Smile’ from their second record ‘Suicide Season’.
In all, the band played nine tracks, six of which were taken from ‘Sempiternal’, including set closer ‘Antivist’ and new single ‘Can You Feel My Heart?’. 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.
Bring Me The Horizon play the Main Stage at Reading Festival tonight (August 23) and in Leeds tomorrow (August 24).
Bring Me The Horizon played:
‘Go To Hell, For Heaven’s Sake’
‘House Of Wolves’
‘Can You Feel My Heart?’
‘Diamonds Aren’t Forever’
‘Blessed With A Curse’