Bring Me The Horizon Premieres New Song “LosT” 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 “LosT” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
The song is the follow-up to “Strangers”, which was last July.
The track was written by Oliver Sykes, Matt Kean, Lee Malia, Matt Nicholls and Jordan Fish. Produced by Evil Twin and Zakk Cervini.
The accompanying music video was directed by Jensen Noen. American actor Thomas Ian Nicholas appeared on.
A press release describes that clip as being a “medical inspired gorefest”.
Oliver Sykes told Clara Amfo about the song, “I mean, I was just talking to Jordan about 'LosT' and how excited I am for the world to hear this song compared to 'Strangers', I don't know. 'Strangers' was song, I don't want to sound like negative but it was the least excited about releasing the song, because it didn't feel like the kind of song I wanted the world to hear yet, but this record is took us ages.”
He continued, “And even like 'LosT', we had this song last time I spoke to you. Maybe, last year in August, most of it. But I don't know, I think this song is encapsulates exactly how I imagined this next album or EP or whatever you want to call it. It's going to sound like more than any song, 'Die4U' or 'Strangers' that we've released, so far. This feels like a really good representation of how I imagined this record to be sort of like, super excited for the world to hear.”
He added, “I don't know 'LosT' for me is like, more honest in like a complete personal load like, not embarrassing, but it's like a therapy session myself. I didn't I remember first time I was rehearsing it with my singing teacher. She was like, 'Is this real? Give me know'. From I, 'Yeah, apart from one line where it seemed adopted to try to section now, that's not real. But the fact that you've had to ask me that's real kind of shows where we are this song.' I guess is why I'm really excited about it. Because when you write and still find a really honest and kind of vulnerable about yourself and then and you actually let go of it and let the world hear it. It's like, it's a little more exhilarating.”
Photo by Jonti Wild
Background photo by Jonti shepherd
- source : BBC Radio 1