Hear clip of new BRING ME THE HORIZON song "LosT" | Revolver

Hear clip of new BRING ME THE HORIZON song "LosT"

U.K. pop-metal band tease first single of 2023
Bring Me the Horizon Press Photo 2021, Reece Owen
Bring Me the Horizon
photograph by Reece Owen

We're finally getting new music from Bring Me the Horizon. The U.K. pop-metal visionaries have been teasing the next installment of their Post Human EP series for what feels like ages, and while there's still no new info on the follow-up to 2020's Survival Horror, Oli Sykes and Co. are gearing up to drop a new single. The band have announced that a new track called "LosT" will arrive on May 4th, and today (April 19th) they've dropped a teaser clip for its impending music video. 

From what we can hear, it sounds like the song will be similar in style to BMTH's last two singles, 2021's "DiE4u" and 2022's "sTraNgeRs," which both featured an electro-tinged pop-punk sound — though with flecks of metalcore. Whatever the rest of "LosT" ends up sounding like, the portion we can hear today is catchy as fuck, so play it loud below via Instagram.

In a different, behind-the-scenes video the band posted yesterday, you can hear Oli Sykes screaming the words, "I'm so terribly lost," with his signature metalcore snarl, so it's safe to assume that there'll be some heavy parts on this impending track. Check that out below as well.