Listen to Bring Me The Horizon's New EP With Features From Halsey, Yonaka and More

Joshua Gordon
Bring Me The Horizon

Christmas may be over, but Bring Me The Horizon dropped a new EP with little fanfare on Friday (Dec. 27).

The eight-track project, titled (ready for this?) Music to Listen to~Dance to~Blaze to~Pray to~Feed to~Sleep to~Talk to~Grind to~Trip to~Breathe to~Help to~Hurt to~Scroll to~Roll to~Love..., sees the English rock outfit veer into a more electronica-based sound with assists from Halsey ("¿"), Irish trio Happyalone. ("Like Seeing Spiders Running Riot on Your Lover's Grave"), Bexey and Lotus Eater ("Underground Big {HEADFULOFHYENA}") and more.

On her collab with the band, a haunting Halsey intones over a quavering beat. "Feel whole, but I rip at the seams/ If I can't get you away from me/ Takin' showers every hour and I choke on steam/ Writing on the mirrors and the space between/ Oh, so tall, it broke the fourth wall/ Guess our fairy tale had a few plot holes," she sings before the booming bass drop of the chorus hits. 

The EP follows Bring Me The Horizon's sixth full-length studio set, Amo, as well as "Ludens," their contribution to the soundtrack for the video game Death Stranding: Timefall, from earlier this year.

Stream Music to Listen to... below.


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