Bring me the Horizon continue to embrace mainstream with new track Don’t Look Down

Posted by on October 29, 2014


Bring me the Horizon are certainly expanding their horizons. Last week, they debuted “Drown,” a song that featured all clean singing. Earlier today, they debuted another song, “Don’t Look Down,” via BBC Radio 1. The song features Orifice Vulgatron of Foreign Beggars, a UK hip hop and dubstep group. Yeah, we haven’t heard of them either, but this song is definitely a little more dancy. Basically, it sounds like a remix of some of the more mainstream stuff from Sempiternal. Between this song and “Drown,” it gives a pretty good indication of what the next BMTH album will sound like. Then again, that’s not really that much of a stretch, considering that they worked with Skrillex back in 2010. This definitely finds them continuing to move away from metalcore and more towards Linkin Park territory, though.

The track is set to be on the re-scored soundtrack of the 2011 Ryan Gosling film Drive. If you’re in the UK, the newly-scored film will be airing on BBC Three tomorrow (30) at 10pm. The soundtrack is set to include Chvrches, Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro, the 1975, and Bastille.

via NME


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