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Watch Bring Me The Horizon Play A Medley Of Really Old Songs In Amsterdam

The band celebrated frontman Oli Sykes’ birthday in a very special way…

Last night (November 20), Bring Me The Horizon performed an incredible medley of old material in Amsterdam to celebrate frontman Oli Sykes’ birthday.

The Sheffield titans dropped The Comedown, (I Used To Make Out With) Medusa, Diamonds Aren’t Forever and Re: They Have No Reflections in one ridiculously great six-minute segment – some of which hasn’t been aired in 10 years. HOLYSHIT.

Check out fan-shot footage below, and keep scrolling for the full set list.

The set list was as follows:

1. MANTRA
2. The House Of Wolves
3. Avalanche
4. Go To Hell, For Heaven’s Sake
5. Sleepwalking
6. wonderful life
7. Shadow Moses
8. Happy Song
9. The Comedown (for the first time since May 4, 2011)
10. (I Used To Make Out With) Medusa (for the first time since November 14, 2009)
11. Diamonds Aren’t Forever (for the first time since December 5, 2014)
12. Re: They Have No Reflections (for the first time since February 3, 2008)
13. Can You Feel My Heart
14. Follow You
15. Antivist
16. Drown (acoustic)
17. Doomed
18. Throne

Wow.

BRB while we listen to this all day now.

Oh yeah, Oli also celebrated his big day by sharing these adorable pics from throughout the years…

Don’t forget you can catch Bring Me The Horizon live at the following dates this year:

November

23 Birmingham Arena
24 Leeds First Direct Arena
25 Glasgow SSE Hydro
27 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
29 London Alexandra Palace
30 London Alexandra Palace

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