Bring Me the Horizon have emerged as a dynamic live band in recent years, often delivering energetic live shows. And they're putting their stage show on display in the new video for "Avalanche."

The track is one of the more anthemic songs in the band's catalog, and it's now getting the spotlight following a pretty deep and successful run on 2015's That's the Spirit album. "Avalanche" follows on the heels of "Drown," "Happy Song," "Throne," "True Friends" and "Follow You."

During a recent chat with Loudwire Nights host Toni Gonzalez (seen below), keyboardist Jordan Fish called "Avalanche" his favorite track off the That's the Spirit album, while frontman Oli Sykes adds that it was the band's attempt at pulling off a U2-like stadium anthem even though that's something they typically don't try. Check out the chat in the video below.

As for the clip, it features a mix of day and night shots, with the evening performances giving viewers a glimpse of the light wall that typically backs the band onstage. You also see the full-on energy and vibe of a Bring Me the Horizon show, complete with a crowd separating and staging a wall of death. The group is currently on tour in Europe, with a run "down under" slated for later this year. See all of their stops here.

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