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Bring Me The Horizon have dropped a new track from their upcoming album

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Published: 5:51 pm, January 22, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Bring Me The Horizon have dropped a new track from their upcoming album

Bring Me The Horizon have shared a new cut from their upcoming album.

‘mother tongue’ debuted as Zane’s World Record on Beats 1 on Apple Music today, and is taken from their forthcoming album 'amo’, due for release on 25th January.

“We didn't really know what we wanted,” frontman Oli Sykes said of the track, “but we just knew we wanted to be different and we wanted to still be Bring Me The Horizon, but make people feel the things they felt with us in different ways and try to do it sonically different.

“It took a while to find that sound and stuff 'cause I think for me, I love the fact that I can sing now and I can write these lyrics that have important messages and they can almost stick in people's heads so that they're easier to get across and stuff.”

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