After weeks of teasing, Bring Me The Horizon have dropped a massive new track 'Happy Song'. Check it out below.
With the band's fifth album expected later this year, 'Happy Song' is a monolothic slab of rock - and a promising sign of things to come.
The track starts with a call to arms from a children's choir before rushing into a Royal Blood-esque rush of arena grunge and shredding with an arena-ready quietLOUD dynamic. It's pretty special, and is going to sound massive at Reading And Leeds this summer.
Listen to 'Happy Song' by Bring Me The Horizon below
"We want to be a gateway band for people," frontman Oli Sykes told Gigwise last year of the band's ambitions. "For me that was Linkin Park, they were the band that got me into heavier music. It's not our goal but we're not elitist - we think that's cool if you can get other into this kind of music, that's awesome."
Watch our interview with Oli Sykes below
The band will return to the UK to perform at Reading & Leeds festival across August Bank Holiday weekend, and will also see performances from The Libertines, Metallica, Mumford & Sons, Jamie T, Limp Bizkit, Royal Blood, Kendrick Lamar, Alt-J and many more. For Reading tickets visit here, and for Leeds tickets visit here.