Bring Me The Horizon received their very own mini ”non-public” Kylie Minogue live performance.
The ‘medication’ rockers are shocking followers of the ‘Spinning Around’ hitmaker and revealed how they got a preview of the 51-year-old star’s efficiency as she rehearsed together with her musicians at a latest gig they shared a invoice on.
The Sheffield band’s programmer and keyboard participant, Jordan Fish, recalled: ”We performed together with her a few nights in the past and when she was warming up her six musicians did this like barbershop efficiency mainly only for us.
”It was like 4 or 5 songs and she or he simply went via all of them. It was wonderful. It was like having our personal non-public Kylie gig.”
The 33-year-old rocker – who’s joined by Oli Sykes, Matt Kean, Lee Malia and Matt Nicholls within the ‘Mantra’ group – was gutted he could not see the ‘Locomotion’ hitmaker carry out at Glastonbury on Sunday (01.07.19) as their units clashed.
He advised NME.com: ”It’s fairly cool to play at a pageant that is received such a various lineup – though we’re not going to have any time to see anybody.
”I’d have preferred to have seen Kylie however we conflict.”
The heavy rock band have been ”one man down” as they carried out on The Other Stage, as guitarist Lee welcomed a baby along with his companion Deni McGonigle into the world.
Jordan tweeted: ”Man down at @GlastoFest – congrats @madmanmalia @DenimarieM (sic)”
He additionally shared footage backstage of the band and his spouse Emma Fish with their two youngsters, two-year-old son Eliot and his five-month-old daughter Eden,
and admitted: ”we get fairly wild backstage (sic)”
It was the second time the Grammy-nominated band performed Glastonbury, having beforehand rocked the identical stage in 2016 after the discharge of their mainstream album, ‘That’s The Spirit’.