Bring Me The Horizon release massive new emo-pop anthem, LosT

It’s here! Listen to Bring Me The Horizon’s massive new single LosT – the next in their Post Human series, following DiE4u and Strangers.

Bring Me The Horizon release massive new emo-pop anthem, LosT
Emily Carter

After a whole lot of teasing and ramping up excitement, Bring Me The Horizon have officially released their huge new emo-pop anthem LosT.

The My Chemical Romance-esque tune is the latest in the alternative titans’ Post Human series, following the equally massive DiE4u and Strangers. It was worked on during their recent European tour (in fact, they teased the song during a tour episode on YouTube which was knowingly titled The Gerard Way), and arrives ahead of next month’s Download Festival headline debut.

LosT also comes with a typically wicked music video – keep scrolling to watch that, and stream the single right here:

And watch the Jensen Noen-directed music video:

Speaking to Kerrang! last year about the follow-up to Post Human: Survival Horror, frontman Oli Sykes said of how things were shaping up, and the pressure that Bring Me were putting on themselves: “It’s not healthy to always be like, ‘We’ve got to raise the bar!’ But at the same time we have to, especially when it feels like there’s more eyes on us than ever. Sometimes we think, ‘Oh, the best thing to do now is to put out a big, stock rock song,’ when all eyes are on you, something digestible that anyone can listen to, but it’s not in our hearts.

“We want to be progressive; we want to be weird; we don’t want to be a regular band.”

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