Bring Me The Horizon have released a live video for their song “Follow You.” The song hails from their fifth studio album That’s The Spirit

In the video, frontman Oli Sykes makes the fans’ experience all the more personal. After asking the audience to get on each other’s shoulders, the band begin playing the emotional ode. The video showcases Skye’s stunning live vocal performance.

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If you were wondering what the song looked like from the audience, a Twitter user was lucky enough to capture the moment on their phone.

You can watch the band’s live rendition of “Follow You” below.

Back in 2016, Bring Me The Horizon’s music video for “Follow You” was met with quite a bit of backlash. The music video showed a dog getting shot in the head. However, Sykes tweeted that no dogs were harmed in the making of the video.

Bring Me The Horizon’s forthcoming album amo will be out Jan. 25. You can pre-order your copy of it here.

Additionally, Bring Me The Horizon will embark on the first leg of their First Love world tour this month. Check out the forthcoming tour dates below and get your tickets here.

Dates:

01/23 – Nashville, TN @ Municipal Auditorium
01/25 – Orlando, FL @ CFE Arena
01/26 – Atlanta, GA @ Coca-Cola Roxy
01/28 – Fairfax, VA @ Eaglebank Arena
01/29 – Manhattan, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom
02/01 – Boston, MA @ Tsongas Center
02/02 – Montreal, QC @ Place Bell
02/04 – Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore Detroit
02/05 – Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom
02/06 – Minneapolis, MN @ Armory
02/08 – Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom
02/09 – Houston, TX @ Revention Music Center
02/11 – Denver, CO @ The Fillmore Auditorium
02/13 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum
02/15 – Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
02/16 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint
04/10 – Brisbane, Australia @ Entertainment Centre
04/12 – Sydney, Australia @ Qudos Bank Arena
04/13 – Melbourne, Australia @ Rod Laver Arena

What do you think of Bring Me The Horizon’s live video for “Follow You?” Let us know in the comments below.

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