Bring Me The Horizon has returned with a brand new song called "DiE4u" and shared its cinematic music video.
"DiE4u" was recorded remotely during the pandemic while the band's Oli Sykes in Brazil while Jordan Fish was in the UK, and is part of the second phase of the POST HUMAN EP campaign. In the song's chorus Oli sings, "You know that I'd die for, I'd cry for/ You know that I'd die for you/ You know that I'd breathe for, I'd bleed for/ You know that I'd breathe for you/ Let me see my halo, even though it's painful/ I'm prepared to lose/ You know that I'd die for, I'd cry for/ You know that I'd die for you."
In a statement, Oli explained of the new song, "'DiE4u' is a song about toxic obsessions, vices and things you can't kick. I think a lot of people went through very similar struggles while in lockdown, coming face to face with yourself and seeing who you really are and what's important. The song is a triumphant and emotional one for me because it was a time of realization to kick the things that were no good, and to take the choice in bettering myself. It also connects to a deeper theme about us as a society, and how we need to look at the way we treat ourselves, each other as well as the world."
"DiE4u" also comes with an official music video, shot in Kiev and directed by Oli. In the visual, fans can see a wild club show, featuring the band performing their new song.
Bring Me The Horizon are heading out on their sold out UK arena tour this month, and are also performing at Slipknot's Knotfest in Los Angeles at Banc of California on November 5th.