Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes on the “future emo” of ‘DiE4u’

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Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes talks to NME about the hyper-pop meets “future emo” of their new single ‘DiE4u’, its cinematic new video filmed in Ukraine, dealing with the ‘mistress’ of addiction, fighting for a better future for the next generation, empathy, what to expect from the next chapters of their ‘Post Human’ project, and their ambitious upcoming arena tour.

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