Bring Me The Horizon have unveiled a lyric video for their new song, which features national treasure Dani Filth.
Wonderful Life is the second cut to be shared from the band’s upcoming sixth studio album, ‘Amo’, which is now set to arrive on January 25, having been pushed back from January 11. In addition to the Cradle of Filth frontman, the record also boasts collaborations with Grimes and Rahzel.
Originating from sessions for Limp Bizkit, Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes recently revealed that the track was originally intended for the Jacksonville nu-metal icons. It follows previously released Mantra, which emerged back in the summer alongside news of the follow up to 2015’s ‘That’s The Spirit’.
The track’s accompanying lyric video features Filth alongside members of Bring Me The Horizon engaging in various everyday tasks like mowing the lawn, washing the car, going for a jog and doing the grocery shopping. “Nobody cares if I’m dead or alive, oh what a wonderful life,” sings Sykes for the chorus. Filth steps in for a verse in the latter half.
Bring Me The Horizon will support the record with the First Love tour. It will call in the UK and Europe later this year, North America in early 2019 and Australia in the spring. Tickets are on sale now.
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