The band gave fans a taste of the video yesterday 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.
— Bring Me The Horizon (@bmthofficial) July 25, 2019
Now, the band has 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.
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Fans and even Halsey herself have voiced the desire to work with the metalcore mainstays. She previously praised BMTH for their music video for “Medicine,” writing “BMTH is rly THAT band,” on Twitter. She even congratulated the band on thier grammy nomination for amo.
— h (@halsey) January 25, 2019
After receiving hate over her fandom, Halsey was quick to cite her sources on when and where she was in attendance.
“If this is about my bmth tweet I saw them live for the first time in 2009,” Halsey says. “Ur obviously new around here if u dont know that I was an emo since the dawn of time.”
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