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Watch Bring Me The Horizon cover Billie Eilish’s ‘When The Party’s Over’

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Bring Me The Horizon have offered their own take on Billie Eilish‘s ‘When The Party’s Over’ – and it sees the rockers going acoustic for the first time in a while.

The stripped back take on the Eilish track was recorded for BBC Radio 1’s Future Sounds with Annie Mac. You can watch it in full below.

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As well as their own interpretation of Billie Eilish, the Sheffield band also delivered their new take on recent singles ‘Mantra’ and ‘Medicine’. Both of those can be seen in full below too.

The new cover comes ahead of Bring Me The Horizon releasing sixth album ‘Amo’, which will arrive tomorrow (January 25).

Speaking to NME, frontman Oli Sykes recently explained how the record sees them heading in an even rockier direction, after drifting from their metalcore beginnings.

“We’ve got a very different stance on it,” says Sykes. “We’ve just been to America and done some press and it made us realise that for the scene that we’re in, a lot of people aren’t going to ‘get’ this record. Some people just like rock music or metalcore and they’re not interested in anything different. Sometimes we’ve been like ‘Oh, this sounds like Oasis’, and it doesn’t. Whereas here there are moments where it does. Sometimes it doesn’t sound like rock and feels like pure dance.”

Bring Me The Horizon talk ‘amo’

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To hear the album first along with the band’s own insight track-by-track, tune into NME 1 at 00.01am on Friday January 25.

It will then be replayed at 6pm on NME 2 on Sunday January 27. Click here to find out more about how you can listen to NME Radio.

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