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Bring Me The Horizon Are Releasing Custom Spotify Influenced Merch

Get involved with Bring Me The Horizon’s new custom amo in colour line: an epic collaboration with Spotify.

Ever the leaders of the pack, Bring Me The Horizon are not only paving way with their genre-hopping music, but now their merch.

The Sheffield titans have just announced an incredibly cool amo in colour collaboration with Spotify, where fans can buy personalised shirts based on their Horizon listening habits.

Basically, if you head on over to amoincolour.com and enter your Spotify login details, you also then input your top six favourite tracks from the band’s latest 5K-rated album, amo. The website then joins forces with music intelligence platform The Echo Nest to analyse loudness and energy”, according to The Verge.

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The result comes in the form of Bring Me’s latest logo and a whole array of colours that are suited to the songs you chose. For example, if you choose the tracks MANTRA, nihilist blues, medicine, sugar honey ice & tea, mother tongue and heavy metal, this is what it’ll look like (a pretty popular selection, apparently)…

Bring Me The Horizon Amo In Colour

Better yet: if you’re not on Spotify, you can still get involved just by using your email address, date of birth, and top six picks off amo. So surely we’ll be bumping into a whole bunch of you guys wearing customised Horizon merch at a gig very soon…

In other Bring Me The Horizon news, the quintet will be releasing a brand-new song on the soundtrack of video game Death Stranding this November, while they also recently teased a collaboration with Halsey. Phew.

Read this next: Album review: Bring Me The Horizon — amo

Posted on October 15th 2019, 11:05a.m.
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