Global phenomenonÂ Bring Me The HorizonÂ resume the next chapter of their hugely successful journey with the release of a new single entitledÂ sTraNgeRsÂ out now via RCA / Sony Music Australia.Â The track is the second to be released from their critically acclaimed ‘POST HUMAN’ EP series.
Oli saidÂ â€œThe song came out of a long writing trip in LA, and as soon as the lyric â€˜weâ€™re just a room full of strangersâ€™ came it took on such a deeper double meaning – how it would feel to be performing it live as thatâ€™s what it is.. all strangers connecting on this mad level.. and that it was like rehab..Â Coming out of lockdown and the pandemic, everyone is recovering from something and Iâ€™m so aware that so many people struggle daily with differing traumas, and just wanted to stress that theyâ€™re not in this aloneâ€¦ and weâ€™re a community here to help each otherâ€
The band wanted to share these very personal mental health journeys to help and inspire others andÂ asked fans if they would like to anonymously contribute and play a part in this very special process.Â The response was overwhelming and theseÂ stories formed the narrative behind the official video and some very unique short form clips, which have been revealed across the bandâ€™s socials this past week. These shorts formed the haunting and cinematic mini film that accompaniesÂ sTraNgeRs, which givesÂ a surreal glimpse into this very personal world.Â
Bring Me The HorizonÂ have had an exhilarating few years with a UK Number 1 and aÂ Number 3 in AustraliaÂ for the first instalment of theirÂ EP ‘POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR’,Â a much talked about performance withÂ Ed Sheeran at The BritsÂ in February, as well as a plethora of prominent features with the aforementionedÂ Ed Sheeran, Tom Morello, Machine Gun KellyÂ andÂ SigridÂ to name a few.Â They now firmly sit in theÂ top 500 most streamed artists globally on SpotifyÂ and their year high continues with a special curated festival in Malta that took place in May, the upcoming release of EP two and a headline appearance at Reading & Leeds Festival in August.
With another year of impressive achievements under their collective belt,Â Bring Me The HorizonÂ look set to continue their successful mission to put heavy music on the map on a global level and beyond!
They’ll be heading back to Australia in December to headline theÂ Good Things Festival.
sTraNgeRs is out now
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