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BRING ME THE HORIZON Streams Live Video For “Kool-Aid”


Bring Me The Horizon is now streaming a live music video for their latest single “Kool-Aid”. The video was produced and directed by CiRCUS HEaD, and you can check it out above.

Bring Me The Horizon was originally scheduled to release their next effort Post Human: NeX GEn this past September, but was delayed due to “unforeseen circumstances.” Now vocalist Oli Sykes has given an update, saying that Post Human: NeX GEn is definitely coming this summer, adding that it’s been a “ruff ride” for the band lately.

Sykes wrote: “Post human is coming this summer , I promise. I just want u 2 have more songs u haven’t heard than songs u have on the record, & it’s been a ruff ride recently. Thank u for sticking with us! We love u.”

Bring Me The Horizon‘s last EP was Post Human: Survival Horror in 2020, though we’ve heard six songs from NeX GEn so far – “Die4U”, “Strangers”, “Lost”, “Amen!”, “Darkside”, and “Kool-Aid”. That’s also assuming all six will be a part of NeX GEn.

It’s also not clear if any of the material included in NeX GEn was written and recorded after the departure of keyboardist Jordan Fish. Fish played for Bring Me The Horizon between 2012 and present day, and no replacement has yet been announced.

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