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Bring Me The Horizon are teasing their upcoming EP with "some of the best work we’ve ever done", new single 'Teardrops'

The EP's out later this month.
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Published: 5:28 pm, October 23, 2020
Bring Me The Horizon are teasing their upcoming EP with "some of the best work we’ve ever done", new single 'Teardrops'

Bring Me The Horizon have released their new single 'Teardrops'.

It's a cut from their surprise new EP, 'POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR', due 30th October. The nine-track release also includes 2019's Death Stranding soundtrack contribution 'Ludens', 'Parasite Eve' and last month's YUNGBLUD collab 'Obey'.

Oli Sykes says: “It is my favourite song off the record. I’m so excited to get this single out, it feels like a classic Bring Me The Horizon tune but without it feeling like anything we’ve done before. I feel like Teardrops is some of the best work we’ve ever done, musically and lyrically as whole."

Check it out below, and catch the band on tour in September 2021.

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