BRING ME THE HORIZON Defies Gravity In "Mother Tongue" Music Video
U.K. metalcore act Bring Me The Horizon unveiled the official music video of their song “mother tongue” off their latest album Amo. The new single is one of their most pop-sounding tracks ever and is revealed to be inspired by Oli Sykes’ new wife.
“It’s probably the most gushing, out there, just straight-up love song we’ve ever written,” Sykes explains. “This was one of the easier ones to write because it was positive. It’s about when I first met my new wife, and she’s from Brazil," the band vocalist revealed during their recent guesting on Beats 1 with Zane Lowe.
“mother tongue” depicts a kind of love that transcends words or even race as depicted in its surreal music video - cutting back and forth between the band playing in a dark room and a love story narrative between a guy and girl meeting in an apartment. It's said that falling in love gives people a floating feeling when they're at their happiest - so they all floated and defied gravity in the video.
Watch this latest music video from Bring Me The Horizon here:
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