Over their 15 years of existence, Sheffield act Bring Me The Horizon have gone through the full gamut of genres, from metalcore to post-hardcore to rock to full on pop-rock. And no shade here - musicians are more than allowed to experiment with new genres and grow with the current musical climate.
Now, with a cover of Billie Eilish's stunning When The Party's Over for BBC Radio 1, it seems the five-piece are truly embracing their pop side.
With the entire band providing back-ups for Oli Sykes' lead vocals, the song takes on a lovely acoustic form rather than its ethereal and electronic original.
The band also strutted their heavier side with a version of MANTRA on the show, as well as new single Medicine.
The Brit lads will be over our way this April for a huge arena tour, in support of their new record amo which comes out tomorrow.