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Horizon brought me Go Pop-Punk on new song “LosT”: Stream

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Bring Me the Horizon distributed new single “LosT,” their latest ongoing single Posthuman series.

The band’s sound has certainly evolved from its sleazy beginnings, with “LosT” being a feisty blast of pop-punk—perhaps a nod to members of BMTH’s upcoming Fall Out Boy band. The bands are set to hit the road together for a North American summer tour in June, and you can get tickets via StubHub, as your purchase is 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s Fan Protect program.

The song is accompanied by a cinematic music video starring Olly Sykes, the hooded and bandaged BMTH star, and features an appearance by actor Thomas Ian Nicholas (“Kevin” from American pie). Jensen Noen directed the segment, which works with an initial chorus theme: “Stupid medicine doesn’t do anything!”


Bring Me the Horizon has taken an alternative approach to new music since 2019 love. Rather than drop a full-length LP, the band has been content with EP releases – like the 2020 set Human job: survival horror — and one-off singles, such as 2022’s “DiE4u” and “sTraNgeRs.”

Below you can stream the video for Bring Me the Horizon’s new single “LosT” and watch a 2022 video interview with Sykes and drummer Matt Nichols, as they discuss the evolution of the band’s sound and reflect on their landmark 2013 album permanent.

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