Bring Me The Horizon have announced a 12 date tour in the US this fall, performing across the country with Sleeping With Sirens and Poppy. The tour has been titled ‘The Threesome Tour’, beginning in Phoenix, Arizona on October 10, concluding on October 29 in Miami. They unveiled the upcoming tour through a post on Twitter. Sleeping With Sirens, meanwhile, are set to release their sixth album, ‘How It Feels to be Lost’ on September 6 and recently on June 28, Poppy released her EP ‘Choke’. Tickets for the American tour go on sale on Friday 9 at 10am.
Their US tour dates are listed below:
10/10/19 – Comerica Theatre – Phoenix, AZ
12/10/ – Aftershock Festival – Sacramento, CA
14/10 – Theatre Of The Clouds – Portland, OR
16/10 – WAMU Theater – Seattle, WA
18/10 – Las Rageous – Las Vegas, NV
19/10 – Viejas Arena – San Diego, CA
21/10 – The Criterion – Oklahoma City, OK
22/10 – Arvest Bank Theatre are The Midland – Kansas City, MO
25/10 – Sunken Garden Theater – San Antonio, TX
27/10 – Voodoo Festival – New Orleans, LA
28/10 – The Cuban Club – Tampa, FL
29/10 – The Fillmore – Miami, FL
— Bring Me The Horizon (@bmthofficial) August 7, 2019
Last week, the ‘Sempiternal’ band unveiled ‘sugar honey ice & tea’, the latest single lifted from their sixth studio album, ‘amo’. It was awarded five stars in an NME review, with Andrew Trendell saying, “15 years into their career and light years from their deathcore beginnings, Bring Me The Horizon have embarked on an odyssey of diversity in sound, proof that they can do what they want and get away with it”.
Speaking in an interview with NME at the beginning of July, the band discussed the future regarding new music, with keyboardist Jordan Fish explaining, “We’ll figure it out when the time’s right. Sometimes it takes you a while when you finish an album to really work out what it is you’ve made, and you have to know what you’ve made in order to know where to take it next. It’s a weird album, I’m still trying to figure out what it is. It’s like pop, rave, a bit of everything so I don’t really know. We’ll have to see what feels right.”
In other news, Oli Sykes recently posted onto his Instagram a snapshot of himself and American singer Halsey, indicating a potential collaboration to come in the future.