Bring Me The Horizon release new project ‘Music to listen to…’ featuring Halsey collaboration - EpicNews

Bring Me The Horizon have launched a brand new eight-track mission that includes their anticipated collaboration with pop star Halsey.

The title of the mission is – take a deep breath – ‘Music to hearken to~dance to~blaze to~pray to~feed to~sleep to~discuss to~grind to~journey to~breathe to~assist to~damage to~scroll to~roll to~like to~hate to~be taught Too~plot to~play to~be to~really feel to~breed to~sweat to~dream to~conceal to~dwell to~die to~GO TO’.

Moreover the track with Halsey, which is titled ‘¿’, the mission additionally options collaborations with BEXEY, Lotus Eater, Happyalone., Toriel and Yonaka. Of explicit observe is the monitor ‘Underground Large {HEADFULOFHYENA}’ with BEXEY and Lotus Eater, which runs 24 minutes lengthy.

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‘Music to hearken to’ follows Bring Me The Horizon’s video for ‘Ludens’, the monitor they launched for the ‘Timefall’ soundtrack for the sport Dying Stranding.

“[The song] makes use of quotes from the sport and stuff, however I’m speaking in regards to the greater image,” frontman Oli Sykes told NME on the time. “We should be our personal heroes. We want a brand new method of taking a look at issues. Greta Thunberg has proven us that – it’s loopy, however this child has confirmed that we could be our personal leaders. We don’t want to attend for these different folks. It goes by the motions of what’s flawed with the world and what we will do to repair it.”

In that very same interview, Sykes instructed NME that the band had been contemplating releasing “shorter data” as a substitute of creating one other full-length album. He stated, “I don’t need to say we’re going to do one thing and never dwell as much as it, however the plan is to launch a number of data subsequent yr.”

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Carry Me The Horizon launched their latest album, ‘amo’, in January 2019. It turned their first-ever record to hit Number One in the UK.

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