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Bring Me The Horizon Co-Wrote Halsey’s Song On The Birds Of Prey Soundtrack

Oli Sykes and Jordan Fish worked with Halsey on her new track Experiment On Me, taken from the Birds Of Prey soundtrack

Jordan Fish and Oli Sykes from Bring Me The Horizon have co-written Halsey’s new song Experiment On Me, which features on the upcoming Birds Of Prey soundtrack.

BMTH keyboardist Jordan Fish made the announcement on Instagram yesterday (January 13).

Myself, Oli and Halsey wrote a song on this album called ‘experiment on me’,” wrote Jordan. “It will be released alongside the film at the beginning of next month. I am excited for you to hear it.”

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Replying to fans on Twitter, Halsey said that Experiment On Me was “hands down craziest song I’ve ever recorded. By a landslide. And rightfully so for Harley!!!!!”

She added in another tweet that it was recorded specifically for the Birds Of Prey soundtrack, and not an offcut from her forthcoming album Manic.

Other artists to feature on the soundtrack album include Doja Cat, K.Flay and Megan Thee Stallion.

Birds Of Prey hits cinemas on February 7 and sees Margot Robbie reprise her role as Harley Quinn.

Last month, Bring Me The Horizon dropped the Music to… EP, which featured a collaboration with Halsey on the track ¿. Earlier in 2019, rumours began circulating that the Sheffield heavyweights were working the the popstar, before Halsey confirmed that the two artists had worked on two songs together for separate projects. – which appear to be the EP and Birds Of Prey OST. Unless there is even more to come?

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Posted on January 14th 2020, 12:04pm
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