Bring Me The Horizon drop surprise single with Lil Uzi Vert and Daryl Palumbo

Hot off the charts with their explosive, emo-pop anthem “LosT,” Bring Me The Horizon has unleashed a thrilling surprise for their devoted fans: a fresh batch of brand-new tunes. But wait, there’s an even bigger bombshell awaiting you! Brace yourselves for an extraordinary collaboration between the boundary-pushing rockers and the exceptionally versatile rapper Lil Uzi Vert (who recently took the stage with Paramore in the Big Apple), as well as the iconic Glassjaw frontman Daryl Palumbo. This electrifying fusion project is appropriately titled “AmEN!” (apparently due to a persistent keyboard malfunction), and trust us, it’s a mind-bending sonic experience. Are you ready to dive into this audacious musical endeavor? Give it a listen below!

In an exclusive interview with Kerrang!, Jordan Fish, the mastermind behind Bring Me The Horizon’s ambitious Post Human EP series, shed light on the band’s creative journey. It turns out that their initial plan of swiftly producing these diverse records hit a few unexpected roadblocks. Currently, they are diligently working on four Post Human installments simultaneously, and this multitasking approach has contributed to the extended timeline. Interestingly, their vision for the fourth EP involves delving into heavier sounds, which naturally influences their approach to the current release.

Fish emphasized the importance of avoiding a cookie-cutter approach across the series. Each EP should possess a distinct identity, showcasing the band’s confidence in their musical exploration. While they are mindful of holding back on the heaviness for this particular installment, the upcoming fourth EP promises to be a thrilling exploration of their more aggressive side. It’s clear that Bring Me The Horizon is committed to delivering a captivating and diverse musical experience throughout the Post Human saga. Stay tuned for more updates as they continue on this artistic odyssey.

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