bring me the horizon bmth 2019

Bring Me The Horizon just dropped a video of them performing an acoustic version of their track “Drown” live in the U.K. 

The footage is apparently from their show in March in Kingston. 

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The band shared the video to their fans on Twitter, so you can watch it below. 

Earlier this month, Bring Me The Horizon announced the Threesome Tour with Sleeping With Sirens and Poppy taking place across the U.S. this fall. 

Tickets for the run are on sale here. Check out the dates below. 

Dates

10/10 — Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
10/12 — Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock Festival*
10/14 — Portland, OR @ Theater of the Clouds (Moda Center Portland)
10/16 — Seattle, WA @ WAMU Theater at Centurylink Field Events Center
10/18 — Las Vegas, NV @ Las Rageous Festival
10/19 — San Diego, CA @ Viejas Arena
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

*Bring Me The Horizon only

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Bring Me The Horizon didn’t leave fans hanging too long after teasing the music video for “sugar honey ice & tea,” dropping the full visuals last month.

The band gave fans a taste of the video on Twitter, showing off a short clip of someone doing their makeup in an interesting manner.

Despite the cryptic nature of the snippet, BMTH gave fans a rough estimate of when to expect the video.

“tomorrow,” the tweet reads.

Then, the band dropped the perplexing full-length cut for “sugar honey ice & tea.” Part live footage, part fever dream, the latest visuals are over-the-top, to say the least.

Featuring a flurry of flashing colors and bizarre imagery, this one may take a few views to catch all the references packed in a five-minute window.

Check out the full visuals below.

What do you think of the new Bring Me The Horizon video? Sound off in the comments down below!

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