Bring Me The Horizon Premiere “Ludens” Music Video

Bring Me The Horizon have premiered a new video for their latest single “Ludens.” This track is featured on the soundtrack for the new video game “Death Stranding.”

Bring Me The Horizon Considering Shorter Releases Instead Of Full Albums In The Future

It looks like Bring Me The Horizon are planning to work on shorter releases in the future instead of recording full albums. Frontman Oli Sykes confirmed the news to NME, while discussing the band’s plans for new music.

Sykes said the following:

“We’ve got plans, definitely. ‘Ludens‘ will be the first song you hear from the new record. We’re not going to do an album again, maybe ever. We’re thinking about doing shorter records. I don’t want to say we’re going to do something and not live up to it, but the plan is to release multiple records next year.”

He continued when asked if he was bored with albums:

“I’m really proud of ‘amo‘, but it was such a fucking ballache to make. We spent a whole fucking year of our lives making that record. Part of me was like, ‘For what? We’re never going to get to play all of those songs’. You have to ration your creativity over all your songs. You write a really cool pop song then you have to write a heavy song to balance out, then you need to think about singles.”

He also added:

“There’s all this shit you need to think about and how it’s going to sit on a 15 track album. I don’t want to do that. When we wrote ‘Ludens’, it was crazy but it was fun. We just had to write one song and it just had to serve the video game. We didn’t have to write the biggest song in the world. I just love to sit and go, ‘Let’s just write a song and not worry about how it needs to be’.”

He also had the following to say after being asked if shorter releases will lead to more creativity:

“I like how our records go from super poppy to heavy then electronic, and next I’d like to make a bunch of records where each of them has a distinct vibe to it. It doesn’t have to be an emotional rollercoaster, you can say ‘I’m pissed off so I’ll listen to this one’ or go for something a little more sombre. There’s always a degree of compromise, but I’d love to write songs that are just the most obscure, electro-y.”

He added:

“I know our fanbase won’t be too happy if we go all the way, but if we release a short record that’s straight-up Bring Me The Horizon then another that’s electro, no one is going to give a shit because there’s another coming. It’s not the only record of the next three years, it’s just the record of that season.”

Bring Me The Horizon Premiere New Song “Ludens”

Bring Me The Horizon have premiered a new song titled “Ludens.” This track is featured on the soundtrack for the new video game “Death Stranding.” The soundtrack, which is called “Death Stranding: Timefall,” will be released tomorrow (November 7). The video game itself will be available on PS4 on November 8.

Bring Me The Horizon Go Behind The Scenes Of Their “In The Dark” Video

Bring Me The Horizon have shared a behind the scenes look at their recently released video for “In The Dark.“ The clip was directed by singer Oli Sykes with assistance from Brian Cox and it stars Academy Award-winning actor Forest Whitaker. The track appears on the band’s latest album “Amo.“

Bring Me The Horizon Premiere “In The Dark” Music Video

Bring Me The Horizon have premiered a new video for their song “In The Dark.“ The clip was directed by singer Oli Sykes with assistance from Brian Cox and it stars Academy Award-winning actor Forest Whitaker. The track appears on the band’s latest album “Amo.“

Sykes told NME the following about working with Whitaker:

“We met Forest a couple of years back. His daughter is a fan of the band and he came to a show with her. Any time that we’re in the same town, he usually comes down to a show. He was at All Points East and he’s just a really good dude.

This is something that we’ve been trying to do for ages. He was actually going to be the main guy in ‘Mantra‘, but it just didn’t work out in the end because of timing and scheduling, so it ended up being me.”

He also commented on the video’s concept:

“I guess it’s meant to be a representation of the grieving process. It’s a visual metaphor for what the song is talking about. When it comes to the grieving process, we all try to ignore that feeling – but it’s important to grieve.

Even if something’s happened for the best, you need to take that moment to feel something. Some people lose a whole world to grief sometimes, while others just don’t grieve. Sometimes we’re just too scared to face our emotions.”

He also added the following when asked if the song has taken on a new meaning:

“I don’t want to focus too much on what the song is about, because it feels so insignificant now. It’s not something that I’ve really been thinking about.

Basically, Forest is the protagonist and a lot of people are counting on him to be able to recall these memories and process them. The spectrum of his emotions is impacting on all of these different experiments. I wanted it to have a message for what’s going on in the world right now.

A lot of people are refusing to accept what’s happening, because they’ll have to take action and make some physical changes to their lives.”

“It’s a mirror to how we don’t want to face up to things. A lot of people are refusing to accept what’s happening, because they know that in accepting it, they’ll have to take action and make some physical changes to their lives.

It’s about something bigger than my emotions and my breakup, this is about what’s happening on the planet right now.”

New Bring Me The Horizon Song To Be Featured On “Death Stranding” Video Game Soundtrack

A new Bring Me The Horizon song titled “Ludens” will be featured on the soundtrack for the new video game “Death Stranding.” The soundtrack, which is called “Death Stranding: Timefall,” will be released on November 7 and the first single, Chvrches‘ “Death Stranding,” can be streamed below. The video game itself will be available on PS4 on November 8.

Here’s the full track Listing:

01. Major Lazer & Khalid – “Trigger”
02. Au/RA & Alan Walker – “Ghost”
03. Chvrches – “Death Stranding”
04. The Neighbourhood – “Yellow Box”
05. The S.L.P. – “Meanwhile…In Genova”
06. Bring Me The Horizon – “Ludens”
07. Flora Cash – “Born In The Slumber”
08. MISSIO – “Sing To Me”

Bring Me The Horizon To Open For BABYMETAL In Japan

Bring Me The Horizon have been confirmed as the supporting act for BABYMETAL’s November shows in Japan. Here’s the dates:

11/16 Saitama, Japan – Super Arena
11/17 Saitama, Japan – Super Arena
11/20 Osaka, Japan – Jo Hall
11/21 Osaka, Japan – Jo Hall