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Oli Sykes and Alice Longyu Gao get futuristic in twisted ‘Believe The Hype’ video

Oli Sykes and Alice Longyu Gao have dropped their new collaborative track, ‘Believe The Hype’ – watch the twisted video below.The Bring Me The Horizon frontman and Chinese electro-pop artist first teased the release last week, with a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the song’s silver-themed video.“Our new song ‘Believe The Hype’ is about to come out,” Longyu Gao said in the clip. “You should pre-save the song now! Do it! If you don’t, Oli is going to go into your dreams.

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Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes and Mat Nicholls sign up for charity triathlon
Bring Me The Horizon‘s Oli Sykes and Mat Nicholls have announced that they’ve signed up for a charity triathlon to raise money for UKRAINEPRIDE.In August, the singer and drummer will take part in the Allerthorpe Sprint Triathlon, which is described as “one of the fastest-sprint distance triathlon courses” in York.Raising money for the LGBTQ+ charity, Sykes pointed out in an Instagram post today (June 20) that UKRAINEPRIDE “needs all the help it get get right now”.“yooo so me & @mickypickles r doing a triathlon this august,” Sykes wrote alongside a photo of the two bandmates. “We wanted to raise money for 2 causes that r at the forefront of our mind right now so with the help of my good Ukrainian friend @yavashadasha we settled on @ukraine.pride an amazing organisation that supports the LGBT+ movement in Ukraine which as you can imagine needs all the help it can get right now.”He added: “We have never done any kind of marathon/sports event like this so we are pooping our pants just a little, so the more money we raise the more you’ll spur us on to smash it! Let’s gooo.”A post shared by Oli Sykes (@olobersykes)Sykes added on the Just Giving page that they’ve set a goal of £3,000 but that they would “love to f**king smash that”, adding that “anything you can give will be much apprciated [sic]”.UKRAINEPRIDE is “a propatriotic queer movement”, according to the charity’s website.
Here’s what went down at Bring Me The Horizon’s “throwback” Malta set
Bring Me The Horizon hosted their own festival in Malta this weekend, and Saturday night (May 28) saw them play a special “throwback” set – see footage, setlist, reaction and more below.Curated by the band themselves, the Malta weekender also hosted Bullet For My Valentine, Nova Twins and Beartooth among others, and earlier in the festival, the band debuted a new song called ‘Strangers’ during a DJ set.During their Saturday night throwback set, the band were joined by a host of special guests and performed rare old tracks that they haven’t played live in over a decade.After the set began with the first live performance of ‘Liquor & Love Lost’ since 2008, the band were then joined by Spiritbox’s Courtney LaPlante for ‘Chelsea Smile’, Beartooth’s Caleb Shomo for ‘Antivist’, Malevolence’s Alex Taylor for ‘Pray For Plagues’, While She Sleeps‘ Loz Taylor for ‘Empire (Let Them Sing)’ and more.Watch footage of the performances and see the full setlist below.alligator blood.@bmthofficial x @staticdress— Static Dress (@staticdress) May 28, 2022Chelsea Smile with Courtney of Spiritbox Bring me the horizon Throwback Set in Malta 2022— bring me the horizon stan for lyfe (@bmthstan4lyfe) May 28, 2022Can’t believe I met Oli Sykes in the day and then saw him performing Pray For fucking Plagues & Diamonds Aren’t Forever in the evening, what a genuinely unreal dayActually speechless (probably cos my voice is now fucked) #BMTHMalta— ss (@SamwhereNow) May 29, 2022EMPIRE.@bmthofficial @LOZWSS @whileshesleeps // BMTH MALTA WEEKENDER // 28.05.2022— josh //
Bring Me The Horizon debut new song ‘Strangers’ during DJ set at their Malta festival
Bring Me The Horizon debuted a new song ‘Strangers’ in a DJ set at their festival in Malta. Listen below.In a clip posted to Twitter today (May 27), the British quintet can be seen performing the unreleased track to the audience at the ‘Bring Me The Horizon & Friends’ event, which kicked off yesterday and will run for four days at Malta’s Gianpula Village.In the videos below, see the band play ‘Strangers’ and teach the crowd its lyrics, which go: “We’re just a room full of strangers / Looking for something to save us / Alone together“.BRING ME THE HORIZONS NEW SONG STRANGERS!!!! First heard in Malta!!!! #bmth #bmthmalta #bringmethehorizon— True_SCHU in MALTA for BMTH (@True_Schu) May 26, 2022Curated by the band themselves, the Malta weekender will also host Bullet For My Valentine, Nova Twins and Beartooth among others.Bring Me The Horizon’s last solo release was their 2021 song, ‘DiE4u.’ That single was the first to be lifted from BMTH’s forthcoming album, a follow-up to their multi-part 2020 EP,  ‘Post Human: Survival Horror.’In an interview with NME in 2021, Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes said the band was “working on parts two, three and four” of ‘Post Human,’ before assuring that they’d “get songs out as soon as [they] can”.The unreleased track arrives after a more recent album tease in May, when Sykes revealed that “we’ve been working on [‘Post Human Part Two’] for about a year now.”“We’ve got lots of music, we’re just being quite picky about what we want to release.
Bring Me The Horizon tease new collaboration ‘Fallout’ with Masked Wolf
Bring Me The Horizon have teased a new collaboration with Masked Wolf.The band shared a snippet of the track ‘Fallout’, which is due out this Friday (April 1) on TikTok.The clip, which you can view below, sees frontman Oli Sykes singing along while the rest of the band jamming in the studio.Masked Wolf also shared his own separate short clip featuring the track on his Instagram page.☢️ THIS IS THE FALLOUT ☢️ #fyp #bmth #emo #bringmethehorizon #newmusic ♬ original sound – BRING ME THE HORIZON A post shared by Masked Wolf (@maskedwolf)Meanwhile, BMTH recently featured on Machine Gun Kelly‘s new album ‘Mainstream Sellout’ on the track ‘Maybe’, which they also debuted in LA earlier this month.The track was described as “a sleek chunk of nihilism that combines arena ambition with a curled-lip moodiness” in NME‘s review of the album which received four stars.The band also recently featured on a Gran Turismo 7 competition alongside Davido and T-Pain with fans being given the chance to race against the artists on the game.Meanwhile, Bring Me The Horizon recently paid tribute to Ukraine during their closing set at the BandLab NME Awards 2022 earlier this month. “I guess it’s better being here in a room full of influential people: they need to use their voice every single day until this crisis is over,” Sykes told the audience before the band’s final song ‘Throne’.
Bring Me The Horizon win Best Band From The UK Supported by Pizza Express at the BandLab NME Awards 2022
Bring Me The Horizon have won Best Band From The UK Supported by Pizza Express at the BandLab NME Awards 2022.The Sheffield band were up against CHVRCHES, Glass Animals, Nova Twins and Wolf Alice for the title.While collecting the award on stage from Ivorian Doll and Duran Duran’s Simon Le Bon, Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes said: “We didn’t think we were gonna win owt, so I don’t know what to say!He added: “Our first album got two out of 10 in NME, so… follow your dreams!”Bring Me The Horizon are also up for two other categories tonight at the BandLab NME Awards 2022: Best Band In The World and Best Live Act Supported by Grolsch.BMTH are also expected to close out the ceremony with a multi-song set, which follows on from their memorable outing at the NME Awards in 2016 when they smashed through Coldplay’s table during their performance.Speaking to NME earlier about their return to the Awards, frontman Oli Sykes said: “To be honest we’re surprised we’ve even been asked back at all! What a huge honour it is to be asked to close the prestigious NME Awards show, we’re literally buzzing.”Taking place now (March 2) at the O2 Academy Brixton and co-hosted by Daisy May Cooper and Lady Leshurr, the BandLab NME Awards 2022 opened with a performance by Sam Fender and also saw joint performances by Griff and Sigrid, and CHVRCHES and Robert Smith.Check back for the latest news, interviews, winners and more from the BandLab NME Awards 2022.
Listen to Bring Me The Horizon’s version of ‘Moon Over Castle’ from ‘Gran Turismo 7’
Bring Me The Horizon have shared an instrumental version of ‘Moon Over Castle’, which appears on the new soundtrack for Gran Turismo 7 – check it out here.The cover of the theme from the Gran Turismo franchise will appear on the official soundtrack for Gran Turismo 7, ‘Find Your Line’. It will be available from March 4 via Columbia Records and Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.Other artists on the soundtrack include Rosalía, Major Lazer, Nothing but Thieves, Fanatix, Kim Dracula, London Grammar, Jawsh685, Lous and the Yakuza, Lil Tjay and Disciples.You can listen to the song via the visualiser below which showcases the Willow Springs course of Gran Turismo 7.Earlier this month, Bring Me The Horizon rescheduled their 2022 European tour to the same month in 2023 due to ongoing uncertainties around the COVID pandemic.The metal band’s tour, which is in support of their latest release, the 2020 EP ‘Post Human: Survival Horror’, was due to kick off in Antwerp, Belgium on February 1.But the band announced on social media that the 18-date tour has been postponed to next year. “We want to bring you the whole show with no holding back – the true Post Human experience – but we need to do it safely,” they wrote in explaining the decision to move the tour.Several of the original venues had to be altered to accommodate the new dates.