Jordan Fish is a member of the British band Bring Me The Horizon, English musician and producer. He officially joined the band in 2013 and is the keyboardist, backing vocalist and synthesizer player of the band. He helped creating their fourth studio album 'Sempiternal' and is known to have a big influence on the musical style of the band. In addition he and Oliver Sykes do the main work in the song writing process. Before joining Bring Me The Horizon, which lead to his greatest success, he played in a band called Worship. Jordan then started to play as a session musician of Bring Me The Horizon before becoming a real member. Moreover he is married to his wife Emma Fish, with her he has to wonderful children called Eliot George Fish (*2016) and Eden Elizabeth Fish (*2019).
Jordan was born on June 26, 1986 in England. Growing up he already had a huge interest in music. 2011 he joined his former band Worship from Reading, England, which he stopped playing with to play with the British band Bring Me The Horizon that formed in 2004. Before becoming an official member he performed with the band live through the previous year. Oliver Sykes called Jordan an important addition to the band as he was as eager as himself after his rehab to create music. He married Emma Fish and became his first son Eliot in 2016, who suffered from a brain haemorrhage at 4 days old and happily recovered from it. To raise funds for the PICU at Southampton hospital, where Eliot got his treatment, Oliver Sykes and Jordan Fish climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and raised over £50,000. His first daughter Eden was born in 2019 while the band toured in The USA.
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