“We’re getting more confident, but we still always have that niggling feeling like we’re just fluking it.” – Oli Sykes
Yeah, Oli. Fluking it. That’ll be it. Bring Me The Horizon’s new album ‘That’s The Spirit’ (out tomorrow – order it here) is huge. Massive. Planet sized. In the October issue of Upset, on the streets next Friday (18th September), you can read the full story of the record that seems set to make them one of the biggest bands in the world, full stop.
Elsewhere it’s a super packed mag. We’ve got Creeper branding the real world “dull as fuck” as they let us inside the cult that’s threatening to become an all out movement. No Devotion get down to the serious business of putting out an album, Deafheaven blow our tiny minds, and Speedy Ortiz want to make a better scene. There’s also time for Tellison, The Front Bottoms and Motion City Soundtrack. Brendon Urie lets slip some news about the new Panic! At The Disco album, and All Time Low talk arena shows. Add to that Allison Weiss, Pianos Become The Teeth, Ceremony, Jim Adkins, Tiger’s Jaw, Dilly Dally, Svalbard, Against Me, Dogs on Acid, Mayday Parade, and some big news from a band we’re not allowed to talk about just yet…
And then there’s the big Reading 2015 review.
You can pre-order a copy now here, or – until October 15th – get this issue as the first of a subscription here for as little as £2 per month. What are you waiting for?