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Bring Me The Horizon Are Teasing Two Unreleased Songs

It’s looking like we’ll soon hear some unheard Bring Me The Horizon tracks: you’re my only destiny and happy sad.

While they’re still very much enjoying the continued success of their latest 5K-rated album amo, it looks like we could be hearing unheard Bring Me The Horizon music soon.

The band are teasing two previously unreleased tracks – seemingly titled you’re my only destiny and happy sad – online, accompanied by some pretty spectacular visuals featuring footage from their epic live shows.

Check out you’re my only destiny below.

And here’s happy sad.

Bring Me The Horizon are headlining All Points East festival on May 31 in London, where they’ll be playing a special two-hour career-spanning set.

“It gives us the opportunity to play a much more varied set and do some old stuff that we wouldn’t necessarily do, which is going to be exciting for the fans I think,” keyboardist Jordan Fish revealed last month.

“We’re going to do some songs that we haven’t played for a long time and it allows us to fit in some newer stuff as well, I guess it means we really don’t have to compromise on the set or drop anything.”

Get your tickets for All Points East now, and head here to check out all the stage times for the day.

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Posted on May 14th 2019, 1:12pm
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