bmth performance at RAH

ICYMI Oli Sykes Created a Royal Albert Hall First During The BMTH Performance Of Happy Song

Back in April 2016, Bring Me The Horizon performed at the Royal Albert Hall. It was all in aid of a fantastic charity called Teenage Cancer Trust who provide care, support and advice for teenagers living with cancer. The orchestra alone makes this BMTH performance a must see!

Although the majority of the songs were off albums That’s The Spirit and Sempiternal there was a classic gem It Never Ends in there for the die hard fans.

BMTH Performance of Happy Song

The live choir featured in Happy Song enhanced the performance to a whole new level. During the song, Oli started RAH’s first ever Wall of Death! Only Oli Sykes could get away with doing that.

Bring Me The Horizon have uploaded a couple of videos from their live performance. They are now on their youtube channel.

Help a Great Cause

All proceedings from the concert and DVD/CD sales are going towards Teenage Cancer Trust. So if you want to help a great cause whilst listening to some great music go buy the DVD. On the BMTH pledge page you can buy anything from audio downloads to a 5 disc photo book.

Go ahead and sing along a little fucking louder to a happy song.

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