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!
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.