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.