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Oli Sykes Releases New ‘Gen D’ Drop Dead Collection

Bring Me The Horizon‘s Oli Sykes isn’t just iconic for his work as a frontman, he’s also celebrating 20 years as the founder of his alternative clothing brand Drop Dead. Of course, to celebrate the occasion, the brand dropped a new collection, “Gen D.” As reported by Kerrang, Sykes said, “Celebrating our 20th anniversary, Gen D represents the insane evolution from doodling zombies in my bedroom to the brand we are today. This journey has been a tapestry of highs and lows, moments of doubt, and there were times I lost sight of who Drop Dead’s tribe were.” The artist… Read more »


Watch Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes Perform “Antivist” With His Dad

While performing a 17-song set at Germany’s Hurricane Festival on June 23, Bring Me The Horizon brought out a very special guest for the performance of “Antivist.” Oli Sykes introduced his father, Ian, to the crowd saying, “Make some noise for the coolest dad in the world!” Now, Papa Sykes is not new to performing on the alternative rock stage. In fact, videos date back to 2010 of the father-son duo performing during Bring Me The Horizon sets, including a Warped Tour appearance. Check out the Sykes family belt out the iconic Sempiternal track below via TikTok user @erikhxe. Bring… Read more »


Did Oli Sykes Tease A Bring Me The Horizon and Billie Eilish Collab?

The word on the street is that Billie Eilish and Bring Me The Horizon are about to drop a collab together, or, at least that’s what fans theorize. Ahead of the forthcoming record Post Human: NeX GEn featuring the likes of “DArkSide” and “Kool-Aid,” Oli Sykes dropped a hint on Instagram about a possible feature on “Limousine.” Recently, Eilish posted a photo of her and her brother FINNEAS with their Golden Globes, as they won Best Original Song For Motion Picture for the Barbie-featured track “What Was I Made For?” In the comment thread, Sykes simply shared the word “limousine.”… Read more »


YUNGBLUD and Oli Sykes Are Much “Happier” In New Music Video

After releasing their second collaborative track “Happier,” YUNGBLUD and Bring Me The Horizon‘s Oli Sykes shared the song’s official music video. The hyper-pop anthem perfectly combines the two artists’ goth, emo vocals with high-energy beats and synths, offering a refreshing twist for fans. “If I could tell you how I feel/I know that you’re still hurting too/No I’m not broken/I’m just scared to belong here/Scared to be happier,” the two urgently sing on the chorus. Check out the full video for “Happier” below. Filmed in Tokyo, the video sees Sykes and YUNGBLUD exploring the Japanese nightlife scene. From taking cute… Read more »


YUNGBLUD And Oli Sykes Team Up For Second Collab, “HAPPIER”

The chemistry between YUNGBLUD, the mastermind that is Dom Harrison, and Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes is undeniable. Marking their second collaboration together following 2020’s “Obey,” the two enigmatic vocalists have teamed up once again for “HAPPIER.” Last week, YUNGBLUD began teasing the collaborative track with a sped-up soundbite of the chorus featuring the lyrics, “If I could tell you how I feel/I know that you’re still hurting too/No I’m not broken/I’m just scared to belong here, scared to be happier,” with the first half of the chorus courtesy of Sykes. While BLUD didn’t reveal Sykes’ involvement at the… Read more »


Fans Think YUNGBLUD’s New Single Will Feature Oli Sykes

YUNGBLUD is our spooky king who is enlightening our Halloween season with new music. The “21st Century Liability” singer released a short teaser earlier today depicting a new track to come. In an Instagram video, the artist shared a sped-up audio of a forthcoming collab. His captions read, “​​NEW TEASER ALERT!  I can reveal this song is a collab… slow the audio down n guess who it is… if you guess right in the comments imma send some of ya £10 on PayPal startin tomorrow!!! let the fookin games begin.” In the Instagram comments, many fans believe the voice to… Read more »

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