BRING ME THE HORIZON: Video Footage From ‘Amo’ Recording Sessions


Video footage from the recording periods for BRING ME THE HORIZON‘s upcoming album, “Amo”, may be seen under.

“Amo” can be launched on January 11, 2019 by means of Columbia Records. The disc was written and recorded in Los Angeles, with singer Oli Sykes and Jordan Fish dealing with manufacturing.

The band’s 16-city “First Love Tour” will kick off January 23 in Nashville, Tennessee and see them carry out throughout the nation, together with stops in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and extra earlier than wrapping February 16 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Sykes informed NME that BRING ME THE HORIZON‘s new single, “Mantra”, just isn’t essentially consultant of “Amo”. “‘Mantra’ got here a bit later,” he stated. “‘Cause we wrote a variety of cool stuff, however we had been type of scared, like, ‘What are we gonna present individuals first?’ We’re actually pleased with all the pieces we have carried out, however we had been, like, ‘How are we not gonna utterly alienate everybody once we present ’em this report?’ I really had slightly little bit of a meltdown about it, after which we ended up scripting this music. And we had been, like, ‘Yeah, that feels proper.'”

He continued: “It’s simply completely different sufficient. It’s not secure, however it’s kind of of what you already know and love about us and it pushes it on the market. It’s not that it is not consultant, however each music on the report is totally completely different. There is not one music on the report that sounds just like one other one. So it is much more experimental, I assume you’d say, than our final report [2015’s ‘That’s The Spirit’]. We needed to write down a report the place there’s some songs that we can provide to the label and go, ‘These are the singles,’ blah blah blah — however we needed to push ourselves a bit additional and never fear about that type of stuff, and simply make one thing completely different.”

Sykes additionally talked concerning the lyrical inspiration for “Amo”, saying that the writing course of served as remedy for him following his very public break up together with his then-wife in 2016.

“I went by means of a divorce a few years in the past and I actually did not wanna discuss it, ‘trigger I do not need it to look like I care, or I did not wanna dredge up the previous,” Oli stated. “I did not wanna give the particular person the ‘glory’ of writing stuff about that particular person and shit like that. But, after some time, it simply turned obvious that I type of wanted to — I wanted to get it out of my system. It wasn’t the truth that I used to be nonetheless depressing or something like that — I used to be superb — however on the identical time, whenever you undergo one thing traumatic, you carry a variety of stuff with you after it — a variety of psychological baggage, a variety of issues. Whatever occurred in that scenario, clearly, I took that on — possibly I began trusting individuals much less, or began feeling a sure manner. And it is utterly irrational — however you do. I’ve all the time stated it as properly — writing lyrics and making music is probably the most therapeutic factor. I am actually fortunate in that sense, ‘trigger it is one of the best ways to get stuff out — to have the ability to write about it after which sing it on stage is one of the best ways.”

But Sykes made it clear that “not all” of “Amo” is about his divorce. “There’s good things, there’s dangerous stuff, there’s bizarre stuff,” he stated. “It’s type of extra virtually like a pondering piece on love and the way it can have an effect on you — not simply you, however different individuals too. You go right into a relationship and also you come out of it, and other people choose sides — there is a pack mentality. Just a variety of stuff that I began excited about — it is fairly fascinating, really. It’s additionally fairly a straightforward strategy to write an idea album — to write down about love — as a result of all the pieces boils down to like on the finish of the day.”


BRING ME THE HORIZON: Video Footage From 'Amo' Recording Sessions