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And it's for an important cause.
Bring Me The Horizon's Jordan Fish and Oli Sykes are to climb Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Southampton hospital.
Jordan's son Eliot recently suffered a brain haemorrhage at only 4 days old and was treated by the Southampton Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, who were able to stable his condition and keep him alive.
In a full statement on Jordan's JustGiving page, he writes:
"On the evening of Sunday 21st August, our 4 day old baby Eliot suffered what we eventually found out was a Brain Haemorrhage. My wife Emma and I reacted as quickly as we could as soon as we began to feel his crying changed from what you would consider ‘normal’ to something else. We called an ambulance in the early hours of the morning and did our best to keep him calm, awake and alive.
When we arrived at Basingstoke hospital Eliot had stopped breathing more than once and was having seizures. Emma held him in the ambulance and kept him alive even though she could feel him drifting away in her arms. The hospital staff put Eliot into a coma, took over his breathing and sedated him to get the seizure under control.
Once they felt he was stable enough, within about an hour or two of us arriving, they scanned Eliot’s brain. The scan showed an acute bleed in the centre of his brain and some ‘unusual’ tissue which may have caused the bleed.
In the early hours of Monday morning we were transferred in a special ambulance to the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Southampton hospital where he stayed for 5 days under the 24hr supervision on the amazing team there.
The Paediatric Intensive Care Unit in Southampton is the lead centre in South Central England. Their 14 bed purpose built unit cares for children from birth up to 18 years of age. They care for patients with some of the most complex illnesses and injuries and work closely with specialists from all surgical and medical areas. The unit, which looks after 950 to 1,000 patients per year from across southern and central England, is the sixth largest PICU in the UK by number of admissions and has one of the best survival rates. Children are referred to them from hospitals as far afield as Plymouth, Milton Keynes and the Channel Islands. They also have a 24-hour retrieval service which helped bring Eliot safely from Basingstoke to Southampton
While in hospital I decided that I would focus myself on doing something positive for the ward and trying to raise enough money to pay for a new bed for them. Oli asked immediately if he could join me and help raise as much awareness for this cause as possible. In January we will fly to Tanzania where we will climb Mt Kilimanjaro over the course of 8 days. Our itinerary will look something like this...
DAY 1 DEPARTURE FROM THE UK
DAY 2 MOSHI
DAY 3 MTI MKUBWA 2780m 3-5 HRS TREKKING
DAY 4 SHIRA CAMP 3505m 7-9 HRS TREKKING
DAY 5 BARRANCO CAMP 3972m 6-7 HRS TREKKING
DAY 6 KARANGA VALLEY 4002m 5-6 HRS TREKKING
DAY 7 BARAFU CAMP 4600m 5-6 HRS TREKKING
DAY 8 SUMMIT DAY 5895m 12-14 HRS TREKKING
In terms of Eliot's recovery we still have a very long way to go and we are taking each day at a time, however he is still alive to fight, he is breathing on his own and we are seeing small improvements every day. He is a little fighter and has shown amazing signs of recovery already, even at this early stage. We owe that completely to the Nurses, Doctors, Neurologists and staff at PICU."
To make a donation, visit: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/JordanandOli
Twenty One Pilots have won themselves an MTV VMA (Video Music Award).
The duo won the Best Rock Video for their track 'Heathens', which is taken from the Suicide Squad soundtrack.
Watch the video below.
Twenty One Pilots will play a huge show at London's Alexandra Palace on November 11.
Here's what their incredible set at Reading Festival looked like.
Another album to get excited about!
Memphis May Fire have revealed details of their new album, as well as unveiling the track 'Carry On'.
The band's fourth studio album 'This Light I Hold' will be released October 28 via Rise Records, with frontman Matty Mullins stating, "Musically, lyrically, sonically, this is my favorite Memphis May Fire album."
'Carry On' is the first offering from the album, take a listen to it below.
The album tracklisting also looks like this...
01. Out Of It
02. Carry On
03. Wanting More
04. Sever The Ties
05. The Enemy
06. This Light I Hold (feat. Jacoby Shaddix)
07. That’s Just Life
08. Letting Go
09. The Antidote
10. Better Things
11. Not Over Yet (feat. Larry Soliman)
13. Live It Well
And the artwork like this...
Memphis May Fire will join Silverstein and The Devil Wears Prada for a UK tour later this year.
29 - NORWICH Waterfront
30 - LONDON Koko
01 - MANCHESTER Academy II
02 - NEWCASTLE Riverside
03 - GLASGOW Garage
05 - BIRMINGHAM Asylum
06 - LEEDS Stylus
07 - NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
09 - BRISTOL Academy I
10 - SOUTHAMPTON Engine Rooms
This is 'Contagious'
Of Mice & Men have revealed another track from their forthcoming album, which is out September 09.
'Contagious' is the third track to come from the album, with the band sharing 'Pain' and 'Real' previously.
Listen to 'Contagious' below.
Of Mice & Men will tour the UK later this year, dates as follows...
30 - BIRMINGHAM Academy
01 - MANCHESTER Apollo
03 - NOTTINGHAM Rock City
04 - NEWCASTLE Academy
05 - GLASGOW Academy
07 - LONDON Forum
09 - CARDIFF Great Hall