Bring Me The Horizon Share Futuristic ‘In The Dark’ Video
Bring Me the Horizon have shared their new music video for “In the Dark.”
The clip, co-directed by frontman Oli Sykes and Brian Cox, stars actor Forest Whitaker undergoing a “Matrix-like brain mapping” procedure.
In a press statement, Sykes spoke about the video’s concept saying “I guess it’s meant to be a representation of the grieving process. It’s a visual metaphor for what the song is talking about. When it comes to the grieving process, we all try to ignore that feeling — but it’s important to grieve. Even if something’s happened for the best, you need to take that moment to feel something. Some people lose a whole world to grief sometimes, while others just don’t grieve. Sometimes we’re just too scared to face our emotions.”
Watch the video below.
Bring Me the Horizon will share another new song called “Ludens” on November 6th as part of the compilation album Timefall, a collection of songs inspired by and written for the video game Death Stranding. The band is currently wrapping up their North American tour with Sirens and Poppy. Check out their remaining dates here.
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