Watch BRING ME THE HORIZON’s Performance of ‘Happy Song’ With Orchestra


The show took place at London’s Royal Albert Hall, where Paul McCartney and The Who had performed live

December 3, 2016

This moment has come! Bring Me The Horizon have released their live DVD filmed during their show at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The band shared their live performance of ‘Happy Song’ with a full live orchestra and choir, which looks pretty awesome. Be sure to check it out below.

The proceeds from the concert went to the charity organization Teenage Cancer Trust. We’ll remind you that the show took place on April 22 at Royal Albert Hall, the renowned London venue which hosted Paul McCartney’s and the Who’s shows, to name a few.

The new release, Live At Royal Albert Hall, is available in all sorts of formats: a two CD/DVD set, a triple vinyl and a 5-disc photo book. Bring Me The Horizon’s previous live DVD, filmed at Wembley Arena, came out in June 2015.

After the band plays a few shows in Australia and New Zealand at the end of this summer, they will embark on The American Nightmare Tour with special guests Underoath and Beartooth. The one-month intensive tour kicks off on March 8 and stretches to April 8, wrapping up with a Las Vegas show at The Joint, Hard Rock Hotel.

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