BRING ME THE HORIZON Releases 'Sugar Honey Ice & Tea' Music Video

BRING ME THE HORIZON Releases 'Sugar Honey Ice & Tea' Music Video

British rockers BRING ME THE HORIZON have released the official music video for the song "Sugar Honey Ice & Tea".

A fan favorite with over 13 million Spotify streams, "Sugar Honey Ice & Tea" will be featured in the band's setlist at Lollapalooza on August 2, where BRING ME THE HORIZON will share the stage with the likes of Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Janelle Monae, among many others.

The band (vocalist Oli Sykes, guitarist Lee Malia, bassist Matt Kean, drummer Mat Nicholls and keyboardist Jordan Fish) is touring in support of the critically acclaimed "Amo" album, which NME called "bold, brilliant and boundary-pushing" and which Noisey hailed for "being ahead of their time and evolving a genre."

The album's endless highlights include "Mantra" (which has over 54 million Spotify streams, 21 million YouTube views, was a Top 5 hit at rock radio and earned the band its first-ever Grammy nomination for "Best Rock Song"), "Medicine" (32 million Spotify and 14 million YouTube), "Mother Tongue" (18 million Spotify and 3 million YouTube) and the Grimes collaboration "Nihilist Blues", which NME hailed as "the album’s centerpiece, a glitching rush of dark '90s Eurodance to soundtrack the blackest of raves. It's an anthem for millennials who feel like there's nowhere to go."

Since its release a few months back, "Amo" has been streamed more than 415 million times.

BRING ME THE HORIZON is one of the most electrifying and successful rock bands to emerge from the U.K., selling over four million albums globally to date, playing sold-out shows in over 40 countries, including two sold-out nights at London's O2, plus wowing a traditionally non-rock crowd at Glastonbury Festival in 2016 and 2018 and stealing the show at high-profile festivals across Europe all summer 2018.

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