Bring Me The Horizon parts ways with Jordan Fish

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In place in Bring Me The Horizon as keyboardist and percussionist since 2012, Jordan Fish leaves the group.

Bring me The Horizon announced this December the departure of keyboardist and percussionist Jordan Fish. The latter joined the British rock group in 2012 and played a key role in the evolution of their sound, which we could hear from the album Sempiternalreleased in 2013.

Confirming the departure of the musician, they declared in a communicated : “Bring Me The Horizon has decided to part ways with Jordan Fish. We would like to thank him for the musical adventure we shared together and wish him good luck for the future. We continue to work on Nex Gen, with new tracks planned soon. »

In his own press release, Jordan Fish added: “I am very happy with my 11 years with the group and extremely proud of what we have accomplished together. I look forward to hearing what they do in the future and wish them success. I can’t wait to start this new chapter in my career. »

The musician’s presence had already been the subject of speculation among fans, following his absence from the recent Asian tour of bring me The Horizon. Their next album, NeX Gen, was originally scheduled for release on December 15, but this date was pushed back due to “unforeseen circumstances”, with the band “not being able to achieve a satisfactory standard”.

First postponed to January, the album is now scheduled for spring 2024. The precise date has not yet been communicated. Although the tracklist has not yet been released, the group recently released the singles “LosT”, “sTraNgeRs” and “AmEN!”. Another track, titled “Kool Aid,” was recently teased by the group. It could be released soon.


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