Bring Me The Horizon Australian Tour Setlist Revealed

11 April 2024 | 8:46 am | Mary Varvaris

Last night’s show was Bring Me The Horizon's first performance in Australia since headlining Good Things Festival in December 2022.

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Bring Me The Horizon kicked off their Australian tour at Melbourne’s John Cain Arena last night (10 April), with the setlist covering their most recent releases as well as one big surprise.

From their early days as a deathcore band to a rock group embracing elements of EDM and hip-hop, it’s fair to say that Bring Me The Horizon’s music covers a lot of ground and draws a lot of different fans to their shows.

Last night’s show was their first performance in Australia since headlining Good Things Festival in December 2022. In a review of their set at the Brisbane leg of the festival, The Music’s Tim Price declared: “If you can find a band that has THAT MANY SINGLES and bangers from a catalogue that they only drew on the last eight years (!!!), then I will be STUNNED.”

If you don’t like being spoiled ahead of a band’s show, look away now because we’re about to delve into last night’s setlist.

As mentioned above, Bring Me The Horizon brought out a huge surprise: Diamonds Aren’t Forever from Suicide Season. The one “old” song—unless 2013’s Sempiternal is now old enough—the ultra heavy track stood out amongst songs from the delayed release, POST HUMAN: NeX Gen, its sister record POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR, That’s The Spirit and amo.

Check out the 19-song setlist (via below.

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Bring Me The Horizon at John Cain Arena, Melbourne, on Wednesday, 10 April 2024


Empire (Let Them Sing)





Shadow Moses



Played from tape: Itch For The Cure (When Will We Be Free?)


sTraNgeRs (Acoustic)

Diamonds Aren't Forever

Parasite Eve

Antivist (Featuring crowd member)


Can You Feel My Heart





Played from tape: Steal Something

Bring Me The Horizon’s Australian tour continues tomorrow at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena (12 and 14 April), followed by a gig at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre (17 April) before the band returns to Melbourne—this time, at Rod Laver Arena (18 April). The tour wraps up with two shows at Brisbane’s Riverstage (20 and 21 April). You can find last-minute tickets via Destroy All Lines.

We’d recommend getting in early, as the shows sport an absolutely stacked line-up of heavy music fans' dreams. The much-hyped Sleep Token, Aussie metalcore legends Make Them Suffer, and emo, hardcore, pop, and trap music artist Daine are on board as special guests.

Bring Me The Horizon are touring in support of their upcoming eighth album, POST HUMAN: NeX GEn, which is slated to arrive in the coming months. It was initially locked in for release last September but has been postponed indefinitely.

If you have some spare time around the tour dates, check out the band’s newly announced exclusive merch pop-up stores.