Bring Me The Horizon hit a new career milestone with a truly unforgettable performance at London’s Royal Albert Hall in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust charity.
Backed by a choir and full orchestra, the rock quintet treated over five thousand people to unique show that included live song debuts as well as a rare throwback to a previous era in order to provide this majestic venue with pandemonium the like of which it is unlikely to have ever seen before!
Inherit The Stars kicked off 2016 with a packed-out show at The Rocking Chair to release the new single ‘Fortune Favours The Brave’. Before the gig I sat down with the band to find out more about this highly-rated Sheffield quartet.
Leeds Festival returned to Bramham Park between 27th and 30th August with a host of big names performing over the weekend.
Headliners ‘The Libertines’, ‘Mumford & Sons’ and ‘Metallica’ were joined by the likes of ‘Bring Me The Horizon’, ‘Royal Blood’, ‘Limp Bizkit’, ‘Bastille’, ‘While She Sleeps’, ‘Don Broco’ and hundreds more artists to create an incredible and memorable weekend for the thousands of music fans in attendance.
Check out my gallery of 31 acts who performed across the weekend below:
Drop Dead hosted a very special ‘secret party’ at Bungalows and Bears in Sheffield on Saturday 28th March 2015.
A heavyweight line-up of acts was headlined by local DJ ‘Toddla T’, whilst the likes of ‘Squarehead’, ‘Clubs & Spades’ and ‘Rev Austin’ were among the other performers.
A number of other big-names were also in attendance for the event on Sheffield’s Division Street. Three members of the band ‘Bring Me The Horizon’, who performed a sold-out show at Wembley Arena in December, were there including Oli Sykes, the frontman of the band and owner of the Drop Dead company.