BRING ME THE HORIZON ANNOUNCE UK DATES

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Hot on the heels of an incredible summer of touring, Britain’s most exciting alternative rock band, Bring Me The Horizon, have announced UK dates this October/November in Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham, Manchester and London.


 
The band’s new single, to be taken from the critically acclaimed album, Sempiternal, will be “Can You Feel My Heart.”  The song will be released via RCA Records on October 6th
 
Their new video, shot in LA recently, can be viewed on VEVO here: http://tinyurl.com/lwr6zww
 
Sempiternal made an instant impression when it was released earlier this year.  Although leaking over a month in advance of its release date it still charted #3 in the official charts here in the UK. The record also continues to enjoy international success. After charting #11 on the Billboard 200 in the US it still remains in the charts 18 weeks onwards. The album also went straight in at #1 in Australia.

BRING METHE HORIZON

 

OCTOBER2013

 

WEDNESDAY             30         O2 ACADEMY GLASGOW

THURSDAY                 31         O2 ACADEMYNEWCASTLE              

 

NOVEMBER2013

 

SATURDAY                 2          O2 ACADEMY BIRMINGHAM

TUESDAY                    5          MANCHESTER ACADEMY

WEDNESDAY              6          O2 ACADEMYBRIXTON           

Published on 28 August 2013 by Ben Robinson

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