Here’s the setlist from Bring Me The Horizon’s ‘throwback’ Malta performance

For their mind-blowing ‘throwback’ set in Malta, Bring Me The Horizon brought out special guests, and aired some old-school favourites that they haven’t played in well over a decade…

Here’s the setlist from Bring Me The Horizon’s ‘throwback’ Malta performance
Emily Carter

Over the weekend, Bring Me The Horizon (and a whole load of awesome bands) headed to Malta for their inaugural festival, dropping new music and performing a couple of very special headline sets.

And for the closing night the band had promised a ‘throwback’ performance for fans, airing material that they don't often play anymore. Not only did they more than deliver on their promise, they also brought out many artists on the line-up to help them out.

BMTH kicked things off with Liquor & Love Lost for the first time since 2008, before launching into the always-brilliant Chelsea Smile with their first guest of the evening: Spiritbox's Courtney LaPlante. Then they celebrated their There Is A Hell… era with Anthem and It Never Ends, before throwing things all the way back with (I Used to Make Out With) Medusa and Sleep With One Eye Open.

Elsewhere in the set, While She Sleeps' Loz Taylor came out for Empire (Let Them Sing), Beartooth vocalist Caleb Shomo lent his vocals to Antivist, Static Dress' Olli Appleyard was the special guest for Alligator Blood, and Malevolence's Alex Taylor helped perform Pray For Plagues. Oooooft…

Check out Bring Me The Horizon’s full ‘throwback’ setlist below:

1. Liquor & Love Lost (First time live since 2008)
2. Chelsea Smile (with Courtney LaPlante)
3. Anthem (Outro)
4. It Never Ends
5. (I Used to Make Out With) Medusa (First time played in full since 2009)
6. Sleep With One Eye Open (First time live since 2011)
7. Empire (Let Them Sing) (with Loz Taylor) (First time live since 2016)
8. Blessed With A Curse (First time live since 2016)
9. Antivist (with Caleb Shomo)
10. Alligator Blood (with Olli Appleyard) (First time live since 2014)
11. Hospital For Souls (First time live since 2014)


12. Pray For Plagues (with Alex Taylor)
13. Sleepwalking
14. Diamonds Aren't Forever

And see Bring Me's own footage from the weekend:

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