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Bring Me The Horizon release video for ‘Follow You’

Bring Me The Horizon have released a The Walking Dead-esque video for ‘Follow you‘. It starts with the message that “Love is blind, deaf and fucking dumb” and you can check it out below (but spoiler alert, a well cool dog dies which is rubbish.)

“You can drag me through hell,” indeed.

Bring Me The Horizon have a busy summer of festivals (and a one-off show at the Royal Albert Hall) before returning to the UK this Autumn for a massive arena tour. Dates as follows.

31 The O2, London

01 Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth
02 Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
04 Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
05 The O2, London
06 Sheffield Arena, Sheffield
08 Manchester Arena, Manchester
09 The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

‘Follow You’ is perhaps the most pop side of Bring Me The Horizon’s That’s The Spirit. Speaking about the evolution Oli Sykes explains “It wasn’t a conscious thing to do, like, write ‘Drown’ and see how it goes because it’s so different – but at the same time I think the overall positive reaction to it and response just gave us that confidence to go, ‘Right, we won’t make any compromises with this album, we’ll do exactly what we want and not worry’. I mean, there was still a doubt here and there, but in the end we did exactly [what we wanted]. Even ‘Sempiternal’, we compromised slightly. Just like, we still kept it heavy because we didn’t want to transition too quick. There’s nothing on that album we don’t like, but at the same time, we would’ve been too scared to do a record like this then.

“Luckily it’s never happened to us, where we’ve had a complete backlash on an album, but I know even if we did we’d never be like, ‘Right, let’s go back and write ‘Sempiternal Part 2’’, because as soon as you do that, you just put final nail in t’coffin. You’ve admitted defeat, and you’ve gone back to something that you’ve obviously wanted to step away from.”

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