Bring Me the Horizon has announced that one of its members, Jordan Fish, has left the band. “Bring Me the Horizon and Jordan Fish have decided to go their separate ways,” Bring Me the Horizon announced. “We want to thank him for the musical journey he has taken with us and we wish him all the best in the future.”
For his part, Fish has written that he feels “very grateful for the eleven years I have spent with the band” and also “extremely proud of everything we have achieved together.”
Fish has been an official member of Bring Me the Horizon since 2013 and his work has been key in the evolution of Bring Me the Horizon’s sound towards a more electronic style. In fact, Fish has been present on two of the British band’s highest-rated and most successful albums, ‘Sempiternal (2013) and ‘amo’ (2019), one of the best albums of the decade for NME.
Bring Me the Horizon is working on its next studio album, ‘Post Human: Next Gen’, whose release, initially scheduled for September 17, has been postponed due to “unforeseen circumstances.” Several singles, such as ‘Darkside’, are now available. Bring Me the Horizon’s latest album, ‘Post Human: Survival Horror’, dates back to 2020.
On the other hand, Bring Me the Horizon is one of the names confirmed on the poster for the next edition of Mad Cool.