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The music video I’ll follow you poster for “Follow You” was premiered on 16 March 2016 via the band’s Vevo channel. Co-directed by Bring Me the Horizon frontman Oliver Sykes and Frank Borin, the video depicts a series of violent events described by a number of commentators as leading to the end of the world, including seemingly random acts of violence, murder, arson and property damage, as a young man listens to the song, dances and sings in the street, oblivious to the events around him. Loudwire’s Joe DiVita proposed that while the video was “brutally graphic” and “NSFW”, this served as “the perfect juxtaposition” to the “somber and emotional song” to which it was the visual accompaniment. Alternative Press writer Caitlyn Ralph merely described it as “intriguing”.

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The video was noted by many I’ll follow you poster critics for its graphic nature. Rock Sound writer Andy Biddulph, for example, described the video as “horrifying”, noting that it contained “gore, death, guns and violence against animals. Similarly, James Hingle of Kerrang! warned that it was “not for the faint-hearted. Of particular contention was a scene in which a Golden Retriever is shot and killed by a mail carrier. Fuse’s Zach Dionne reacted to the video simply with the phrase “What the fuck, before berating it as immense misstep by the band.[10] Emmy Mack of Music Feeds displayed shock at the video, describing it as a gruesome, NSFW fucking bloodbath, although did praise the production by noting that “The whole thing is a god damn motherfucking horror movie. But at least it’s a blockbuster one.Bring Me the Horizon later responded to the controversy on Twitter, joking about the dog’s fate.

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