Watch Bring Me The Horizon in new video for Amo track Mother Tongue

Bring Me The Horizon

Bring Me The Horizon (opens in new tab) have released a video for their song Mother Tongue.

The Sheffield outfit first revealed the track back in January – just days before they launched their latest studio album Amo.

Speaking about the single on Zane Lowe’s Apple Music’s Beats 1 (opens in new tab) show, BMTH frontman Oli Sykes (opens in new tab) called it “the most gushing, out there, just straight up love song we've ever written.”

He said: “The whole album explores loving and different aspects of that. Toxic relationships and the end of relationships, and it's also about the positive side of love. Obviously when you first fall in love, it's got to be the greatest feeling. 

“It's probably the most gushing, out there, straight up love song we've ever written. This was one of the easier ones to write because it was positive.”

Bring Me The Horizon are currently on the Second Base Tour across North America (opens in new tab). They’ll soon return to the UK and Europe for further shows – a run that will include a headline set at All Points East in London (opens in new tab).

Bring Me The Horizon: Amo (opens in new tab)

Bring Me The Horizon: Amo (opens in new tab)
Bring Me The Horizon's first album since 2015's That's The Spirit launched in January and features the explosive lead single Mantra. This is not to be missed.

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