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Here’s the setlist from Bring Me The Horizon’s Post Human tour

Bring Me The Horizon kicked off their UK tour at Hull’s Bonus Arena last night, playing new single DiE4u plus plenty of songs from Post Human: Survival Horror for the first time.

Last night (September 20), Bring Me The Horizon kicked off their long-awaited Post Human tour with You Me At Six and Nova Twins.

And the band pulled out all the stops at Hull’s Bonus Arena, tearing through an absolutely mega 19-song setlist with plenty of live debuts: not only did they drop new single DiE4u for the first time, but also lots of material from last year’s excellent Post Human: Survival Horror, including Teardrops, Dear Diary, Parasite Eve, Kingslayer and, of course, 1×1 featuring Nova Twins joining them onstage.

Read this: The first reaction to Bring Me The Horizon’s new single, DiE4u

Basically, if you’re going to any of their remaining UK tour dates, you’re in for a treat…

See Bring Me The Horizon’s full setlist from the Bonus Arena:

Teardrops intro

1. Teardrops (Live debut)
3. The House Of Wolves
4. Medicine
5. Happy Song
6. Ludens
7. Dear Diary (Live debut)
8. Parasite Eve (Live debut)
9. Shadow Moses
10. Wonderful Life
11. 1×1 (with Nova Twins) (Live debut)
12. DiE4u (Live debut)
13. Itch For The Cure (When Will We Be Free?)
14. Kingslayer (Live debut)
15. Follow You (Acoustic)
16. Drown


17. Obey
18. Throne
19. Can You Feel My Heart

Check out some fan-shot photos and videos from the night:

Catch Bring Me The Horizon live at the following dates this month:


21 Glasgow The SSE Hydro
22 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
24 Sheffield FlyDSA Arena
25 Birmingham Utilita Arena
26 London The O2 Arena

Posted on September 21st 2021, 1:22p.m.
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