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Bring Me The Horizon have shared a new video for ‘sugar honey ice & tea’

It's a cut from latest album 'amo'.
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Published: 3:37 pm, July 29, 2019
Bring Me The Horizon have shared a new video for ‘sugar honey ice & tea’

Bring Me The Horizon have shared a new video for their track, ‘sugar honey ice & tea’.

It’s the latest single from the band’s album ‘amo’, and it arrives ahead of a few festival dates across the US and Japan. The band will also play Rock En Seine a little closer to home towards the end of August.

Check out ‘sugar honey ice & tea’ below, and catch the band live at the following:

AUGUST
1 House Of Blues, Chicago, USA
2 Lollapalooza - Grant Park, Chicago, USA
16 Summer Sonic Festival - Osaka Maishima Sonic Park, Osaka, JAPAN
17 Summer Sonic Festival - Zozo Marine Stadium, Tokyo, JAPAN
19 Studio Coast - Tokyo, JAPAN
25 Rock En Seine - Domaine National De Saint-Cloud, Paris, FRANCE

OCTOBER
12 Aftershock Festival, Sacramento, USA
18-19 Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, Las Vegas, USA
25 27 Voodoo Festival, New Orleans, USA

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