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Bring Me The Horizon to release new single Strangers next month – Music News

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Bring Me The Horizon to release new single Strangers next month – Music News

Deliver Me The Horizon will launch their following solitary, ‘Strangers’, on July 6.

The rock band have shared a clip of frontman Oli Sykes and keyboardist and backing vocalist Jordan Fish singing along to the monitor and verified the release day.

They sing in the clip shared on their social media pages: “We’re just a space whole of strangers / Hunting for something to conserve us / On your own collectively, we’re dying to reside and we’re residing to die / Dying to stay, living to die / We’re just a place entire of strangers.”

Oli and co experienced debuted ‘Strangers’ at their Malta Weekender very last thirty day period.

Nevertheless, that variation wasn’t as stripped-again as the most recent clip.

It will mark the band’s to start with solitary of 2022.

Nevertheless, the ‘Drown’ hitmakers have been showcased on many tracks this calendar year, like the ballad ‘Bad Life’ with Swedish pop star Sigrid, ‘Maybe’ with Equipment Gun Kelly’ and Tom Morello’s ‘Let’s Get The Bash Started’.

BMTH also joined forces with Ed Sheeran on a large model of his mega-hit ‘Bad Habits’, which they carried out alongside one another at the BRIT Awards in February.

‘Strangers’ and 2021’s ‘DiE4u’ will be showcased on their subsequent EP in the ‘Post Human’ collection.

The to start with, ‘Post Human: Survival Horror’, was unveiled in 2020.

Frontman Oli earlier unveiled they have “a great deal” of tunes in the bag, but they are getting “picky” about what makes the last slice.

Meanwhile, Ed has presently been arranging a new music with BMTH.

Oli explained to BANG Showbiz: “We’re conversing about it. We have been emailing every single other and figuring out what it could seem like and what it would be. I imagine Ed’s actually energized about it and we are far too.”

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