S-P-I-R-I-T: Bring Me The Horizon reveal live video of ‘Happy Song’ from Leeds Festival

Bring Me The Horizon reveal live video of ‘Happy Song’ from Leeds Festival

The clip also features their bonkers pre-show ‘health and safety video’.

Undoubtedly one of the defining sets of this summer’s Reading & Leeds festivals was Bring Me The Horizon’s triumphant sub-headline slot on the main stage. For those who weren’t lucky enough to be in attendance, or who’d like to re-live the carnage, the band have uploaded a video of their performance of ‘Happy Song’, live from Leeds.

Prefaced by a loony, animated ‘health and safety video’ that informs viewers that they “may wish to say anything important to your friends and loved ones around you… as this may be the last time you ever see them breathing,” it showcases a band completely in their element on the biggest stage of one of the UK’s most important festivals. Surely a headline slot can’t be far off?

DIY were on hand to catch the madness at Reading, and if this whets your appetite, the band are back in the UK soon for an arena run. Might have to hope your mates have a spare ticket though, as it’s almost entirely sold out. Catch up with DIY’s feature with the band right here.

NOVEMBER
24 Glasgow Academy
25 Edinburgh Corn Exchange
26 Doncaster Dome
27 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
28 London Alexandra Palace
29 Birmingham Academy (matinee show)
29 Birmingham Academy
30 Bristol Academy

DECEMBER
01 Kingston Hippodrome

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