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Here’s The Set List From The First Night Of Bring Me The Horizon’s First Love Tour


It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for: Bring Me The Horizons First Love tour set list has been revealed.

The band’s new run of shows – their first live dates since August’s surprise sets at Reading & Leeds – features two new jams from their upcoming amo record (MANTRA and wonderful life), along with a whole bunch of That’s The Spirit and Sempiternal material. Interestingly, there’s also an acoustic version of absolutely colossal single Drown, and one older track (the unbeatable It Never Ends). Excellent stuff.

Check out the set list, from Stuttgart’s Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle venue below:

2. The House Of Wolves
3. Avalanche
4. Go To Hell, For Heaven’s Sake
5. It Never Ends
6. wonderful life
7. Shadow Moses
8. Happy Song
9. Sleepwalking
10. Can You Feel My Heart?
11. Follow You
12. Antivist
13. Drown (Acoustic)
14. Doomed
15. Throne

Catch Bring Me The Horizon live at the following dates:

6 Hamburg Sporthalle
8 Berlin Ufo Im Velodrome
9 Chemnitz Messe
10 Vienna Stadthalle
12 Zurich Samsung Hall
13 Milan Forum
14 Munich Zenith
16 Antwerp Lotto
17 Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle
18 Dusseldorf Mitsubishi Electric Hall
20 Amsterdam AFAS Live
21 Paris Le Zenith
23 Birmingham Arena
24 Leeds First Direct Arena
25 Glasgow SSE Hydro
27 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
29 London Alexandra Palace
30 London Alexandra Palace

Bring Me The Horizon First Love Uk Tour
Posted on November 6th 2018, 5:00pm
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