Don Broco: Bring Me The Horizon playing arenas gives us hope
Bring Me The Horizon performing to sold-out arenas has shown rising British rock band that it is possible to play arenas
Don Broco say supporting Bring Me The Horizon on their arena tour has showed them what's possible.
The 'Automatic' rockers - comprised of Rob Damiani, Simon Delaney, Matt Donnelly and Tom Doyle - have just been on tour with the 'Happy' hitmakers and frontman Rob says it has opened up to them the opportunities available to alternative rock band's if they put the work in.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz before they went on stage at The O2 in London, he said: "You see a band like Bring Me The Horizon, who have been a band for 10 years now and they've really put in the graft and built up from one of the most alternative areas of that kind of music. For a band like that to be doing an arena tour is pretty unheard of these days so it's incredible to be doing that and it gives bands like us that confidence and that support, like 'wow, you've put the work in, you really can get there.'"
Meanwhile, the Bedford-based group have said they'd love to get Beyonce on a track.
Rob said: "You have to aim big right. I just love the new Beyonce album. If I could pick anyone right now that would be a dream collaboration."