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Bring Me The Horizon – First Love Tour


Sat 13 Apr 2019, 7:00pm

Where: Rod Laver Arena, Batman Avenue, East Melbourne, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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Sheffield-based, multi-platinum selling Bring Me the Horizon are set to drop a new album entitled 'amo' via RCA/Sony on 11 January 2019. Debut track, ‘Mantra’ was Annie Mac’s Hottest Record on Radio 1 UK and has already received its first spin on triple j. To tie in with this announcement, the band divulged their 'First Love' Australian live dates, hitting the roads in April 2019 as part of their World Tour.

Bring Me The Horizon have been on a rocket of a journey over the last few years, selling over four million albums worldwide to date, playing sell out shows in over 40 countries, including two sold out nights at London’s O2 plus wowing a traditionally non-rock crowd at Glastonbury Festival in 2016 and selling out a run of shows on their last Australian tour.

Australia is the first territory in their career to take Bring Me The Horizon to platinum sales on 'That’s The Spirit'. They have 3 consecutive ARIA #1 album debuts in a row with 'There Is a Hell, Believe Me, I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret', 'Sempiternal' and 'That’s The Spirit'.

Poised now to release their sixth studio album, the band have spent the summer writing and recording in Los Angeles, with Oli Sykes and Jordan Fish handling production. What has transpired is one of their most exhilarating, genre crossing albums to date.

Oli adds: "'amo' is a love album that explores every aspect of that most powerful emotion. It deals with the good the bad and the ugly, and as a result we’ve created an album that’s more experimental, more varied, weird, and wonderful than anything we’ve done before."

Whilst 'amo' will have some surprises, it very much sticks to the band's successful fan pleasing formula of massive stadium bouncing rocks songs with huge singalong choruses—a sound that has earned them five A list Radio 1 records to date and two feature records on triple j.