He told BANG Showbiz: 'We were aiming for Yoko Ono! it wasn't a dirty protest.' Oli said: 'You know when you know nobody is going to care about your band if you just do what you usually do.It was one of those things when you are like you are going to have to make an impression somehow.' Making a statement: The Sheffield rockers - who picked up the Innovation Award on the night - admitted they were determined to make an unforgettable 'impression' with their debut NME Awards performance And speaking to NME about Coldplay's decision to use the artwork, Oli said: 'They might not have known at first, but obviously if you google flower of life the first thing that comes up is Bring Me The Horizon – Sempiternal.
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The band is set to perform tonight at Electric in Brixton as part of War Child's Passport to Brits week.
The initiative sees some of the UK's biggest artists perform intimate gigs around London in a bid to raise money for the charity.
While at school in 2003 he began crafting together compilation CDs and short tracks under the name Quakebeat.
He also played in other bands including mock hip-hop band "Womb 2 Da Tomb" with fellow Bring Me the Horizon member Matt Nicholls and brother Tom Sykes, and metal band "Purple Curto" as drummer/vocalist with schoolfriend Neil Whiteley, under the pseudonym "Olisaurus", which he would later use for releasing solo material.