David Knight - 9th Jan 2019

A photorealistic animated version of lead singer Oli Sykes is subjected to various surreal episodes in this queasily effective video for Bring Me The Horizon.

The video was directed by Oliver Latta aka Extraweg, who specialises in this style of disturbingly surreal motion design.

Latta brings the full gamut of CGI-generated lunacy to bear on his virtual Oli - including teeth with human faces, and massed bendy CGI bodies in waterfall-like flows- in the video for Medicine, from BMTH's latest album Amo, which is released later this month.  


DirectorOliver Latta
ProducerBruno León
LabelColumbia Records

David Knight - 9th Jan 2019

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