Last week, Bring Me The Horizon began teasing a new music video hinting that Academy Award-winning actor Forest Whitaker would be taking on a role in the video.

Now, the wait is over as the band debuts their cinematic new visual for "In The Dark." Check it out below!

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Whitaker is known for his roles in movies such as 
Black PantherRogue One: A Star Wars StoryPlatoonThe Last King Of ScotlandThe Shield

Back in 2017, Academy Award-winning actor Forest Whitaker joined his daughter Sonnet at a BMTH show in Atlanta, Georgia and it appeared he’s in the new video. Yesterday, frontman Oli Sykes confirmed Whitaker's involvement and announced the video marks his directorial debut.

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Today, BMTH have released their dramatic new video for "In The Dark" that acts as a visual metaphor for the grieving process.

“I guess it’s meant to be a representation of the grieving process," frontman Oli Sykes tells NME. "It’s a visual metaphor for what the song is talking about. When it comes to the grieving process, we all try to ignore that feeling–but it’s important to grieve. Even if something’s happened for the best, you need to take that moment to feel something. Some people lose a whole world to grief sometimes, while others just don’t grieve. Sometimes we’re just too scared to face our emotions.”

You can watch the video featuring Whitaker below.

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Bring Me The Horizon are currently on tour with Poppy and Sleeping With Sirens. Check out the remaining dates below.


10/21 — Oklahoma City, OK @ The Criterion
10/22 — Kansas City, MO @ Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
10/25 — San Antonio, TX @ Sunken Gardens Theater
10/27 — New Orleans, LA @ Voodoo Festival*
10/28 — Tampa, FL @ Fl Cuban Club Courtyard
10/29 — Miami, FL @ Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater
What do you think of the "In The Dark" music video? Sound off your thoughts in the comments below!

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