Watch: Bring Me the Horizon unveil ‘True Friends’ video

Bring Me the Horizon unveil ‘True Friends’ video

Blimey - it’s all going on.

Christ alive. Bring Me the Horizon fit a thriller epic plot into the space of six minutes for their new ‘True Friends’ video.

Fair enough, it could probably do with a bit more explanation (maybe a prequel, come to think of it), but the Sheffield four-piece bring only half of the drama to this clip. It involves a murder plot, someone seeking revenge, dead horses, and some serious stalker motives. Like a psychological horror film unfolding in triple speed, it also finds room for band footage too. And guess what? Frontman Oli Skyes directed the whole thing. If this being in a band business gets old, there’s a blockbuster director’s chair with his name on it.

Catch Bring Me the Horizon at the following dates:

NOVEMBER
24 Glasgow, O2 Academy Glasgow
25 Edinburgh, Edinburgh Corn Exchange
26 Doncaster, Dome
27 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
28 London, Alexandra Palace
29 Birmingham, O2 Academy Birmingham
30 Bristol, O2 Academy Bristol

DECEMBER
01 Kingston Upon Thames, Hippodrame

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