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Bring Me The Horizon are teasing two new tracks, which may or may not be called 'you're my only destiny' and 'happy sad'

The band are gearing up to play All Points East.
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Published: 11:19 am, May 14, 2019
Bring Me The Horizon are teasing two new tracks, which may or may not be called 'you're my only destiny' and 'happy sad'

Bring Me The Horizon are teasing two new tracks.

The band shared a couple of short video clips over the weekend, soundtracked by snippets of songs that appear to be called ‘you're my only destiny' and 'happy sad’. Check them out below.

The teasers arrive quick-smart after the release of their ‘mother tongue’ video from recent album 'amo', and prior to their headline set at All Points East later this month.

They’ll perform at the London event on 31st May, with further sets from Sleeping With Sirens, Architects, While She Sleeps, Employed To Serve, Run The Jewels, Idles, Yonaka, Scarlxrd and Alice Glass.

"happy sad” this might be a new song from bmth 😁 from r/BringMeTheHorizon

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