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Bring Me the Horizon Debut 'Nihilist Blues' Collaboration With Grimes: Listen

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Bring Me the Horizon, UK’s alternative metal group recently collaborated with pop star Grimes on a new track called “nihilist blues.” The four-piece band is also set to release their newest album, amo, later this week.

Grimes is not slowing down anytime soon. The Canadian singer has been on fire with collaborations over the past year. She’s featured on K-pop group Loona’s track “love4eva” and heard along with Mindless Self Indulgence’s Jimmy Urine on “The Medicine Does Not Control Me.”

On Thursday (Jan. 24), Bring Me the Horizon shared a lyric video for their Grimes collaboration. The track features Grimes singing almost in a whisper. “You were in my dream last night, but your face was someone else’s,” she croons.

The track offers trademark UK drum 'n' bass elements, mixing in rock chords with Grimes' soothing vocals.

Watch the lyric video below:

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