Bring Me The Horizon Have Covered when the party’s over By Billie Eilish
“I like the fact that we have a catalogue where, you get a lot of people that get into maybe, [2015 album] That’s The Spirit or [2013 album] Sempiternal, or some of the new songs and then they go back; it’s almost like a little breadcrumb trail where people will maybe start off with medicine, before they know it they like MANTRA, wonderful life and then they go back and they start to really get into the vibe of the band and it’s not just about how poppy it is or how accessible it is,” frontman Oli Sykes explains.
“They really feed into the lyrics and what we stand for and stuff like that. So, we’re not ashamed to be like… We want to be that band. We want to be that gateway band for people to get into rock music and stuff and keep it going.”
Watch BMTH cover when the party’s over below.
And check out their performances of MANTRA and medicine.
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