'We are discovering a lot of firsts': Bring Me The Horizon target new streaming fans

Mark Sutherland

Raw Power Management director Matt Ash says Bring Me The Horizon are gunning for a No.1 across the world with new album Amo (RCA, released January 25), despite huge changes in the sales landscape.

Horizon’s previous album, 2015’s That’s The Spirit (RCA), debuted at No.2 on both sides of the Atlantic. In the UK it sold 43,543 copies in its first week, according to the Official Charts Company, with just 8.6% of first week ‘sales’ coming from streaming.

“We’re definitely ...

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