Bring Me The Horizon are gearing up to release a brand new single, sharing an unsettling teaser on social media.
Back in August, Bring Me The Horizon announced they’ll be releasing their sixth album, amo, in January. Since then, we’ve received a pair of new singles, including the brilliant ‘MANTRA’, and the Dani Filth-featuring ‘wonderful life’. Now, it looks like another new single in on the way.
Taking to social media yesterday, Bring Me The Horizon posted a short clip which appears to be teasing the video for their next single, ‘medicine’. Consisting of little more than an instrumental soundtrack and frontman Oli Sykes’ head, the clip is just a little odd.
— Bring Me The Horizon (@bmthofficial) December 28, 2018
Just a few days earlier, a mysterious track appeared on Spotify on Bring Me The Horizon’s official artist playlist. Titled ‘250mg’ (notice the theme here?) and credited to Playlist ID, the track features artwork similar to the ‘medicine’ video, and consists of the same sound heard in the video.
Speaking about the track to Kerrang back in October, keyboardist Jordan Fish explained that the song is “about people who are negative influences and how when they leave your life things get much better.”
“It’s a mixture of the electronic and radio-friendly elements of our band, but it’s still got characteristics of some of the bigger songs we’ve done before,” he continued. “You’d need to ask Oli who exactly that’s about, but I can think of a few people it might be about.”
While it remains to be seen when the official single and video for ‘medicine’ will arrive, it’s looking as though the track could end up being one of the album’s highlights when it finally drops on January 25th.
Bring Me The Horizon are set to make their way down to Australia next April, check out tour details below.
Check out Bring Me The Horizon’s ‘wonderful life’:
Bring Me The Horizon First Love Australian Tour
Wednesday, April 10th
Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD
Friday, April 12th
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW
Saturday, April 13th
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
Tickets available through Live Nation