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  • Bring Me The Horizon Premieres New Song “sTraNgeRs” on BBC Radio 1

  • British rock band Bring Me The Horizon, consisting of Oliver Sykes (vocals), Matt Kean (bass), Lee Malia (guitar), Matt Nicholls (drums) and Jordan Fish (keyboards), premiered a new song “sTraNgeRs” along with a music video on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
    The band first performed the song at their Malta event back in May.
    The song will appear on their upcoming EP “Post Human 2”, which is a sequel to the 2020 EP “Post Human: Survival Horror”.
    It was written by BloodPop®, Lee Malia, Oli Sykes, Jordan Fish and Caroline Ailin. Produced by Zakk Cervini, Evil Twin and BloodPop®.
    Frontman Oliver Sykes said of the song, “The song came out of a long writing trip in LA, and as soon as the lyric 'we're just a room full of strangers' came it took on such a deeper double meaning – how it would feel to be performing it live as that's what it is.. all strangers connecting on this mad level.. and that it was like rehab.. Coming out of lockdown and the pandemic, everyone is recovering from something and I'm so aware that so many people struggle daily with differing traumas, and just wanted to stress that they're not in this alone… and we're a community here to help each other.”
  • Oliver Sykes told Clara Amfo about the song, “I mean, the song we're trying to write was just like, what would be like, amazing to read the lyrics in our minds. I just gave some getting back into that phrase came to mind like we're just digging for the stone, just thinking of the connection between the crowd how it is and it's such a connection that we don't actually know anyone. And then it was like, Okay, but what does that mean in an actual sense, what is the song about and to me, it became about my experiences and how much that helped me because just going into a place where everyone else was going through, not the same exact problems, but they were always like communicating with them in relation to the same kind of ways. We all came down to like, No, it was all feeling crazy and not thinking that we were ever going to get better and then in turn that helped us like realize that it's not just us going for it, you know, I mean, it's like people from a lot of people are going through stuff like that and people do get better.”

  • Photo by Jamie Waters
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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