Fans are finally getting another taste of Bring Me The Horizon's forthcoming EP POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR.

On Thursday, BMTH premiered their new song "Teardrops" on Radio 1's Future Sounds With Annie Mac. As well, the cinematic video for the new song is arriving later on Thursday.

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On Oct. 14, Bring Me The Horizon finally announced their new EP POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR. The forthcoming release includes “Ludens,” “Parasite Eve” and “Obey,” their explosive collaboration with YUNGBLUD.

POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR is part of an anthology of EPs Bring Me The Horizon plan to release over the next year.

“We’ve just been winging it and recording from lockdown,” Oli Sykes previously shared. “Now we’re going to make four different records over the next year and they’ll all share the name POST HUMAN.”

This first EP, however, is a protest record. Sykes previously shared that each song is about the strong emotions we all feel during political unrest or times of injustice.

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Finally, on Thursday, Bring Me The Horizon unveiled the new song with the help of Annie Mac. Sykes tells the radio host that "Teardrops" is his favorite track off of POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR.

"This is my favorite tune off the album for sure," he shares. "This song was meant to come out before 'Obey' and when we do this tune with Dom [YUNGBLUD], we had to release 'Obey' first to work out just boring stuff. I was really gutted because I was just so ready for the world to hear 'Teardrops.' It worked out, but 'Teardrops' is the most Bring Me The Horizon song we've wrote in so long. I think like since 'Can You Feel My Heart?' and maybe 'Sleepwalking' and 'Drown,' this just feels like Bring Me The Horizon in its purest form."

He further shares that "Teardrops" is largely about how many people live today with technology.

"Teardrops" is available to stream below and check back at 11 A.M. PT/ 2 P.M. ET for the official video.

UPDATE: OCT. 22, 2020, 2:00 P.M. ET

Shortly following the release of "Teardrops" on Thursday, Bring Me The Horizon are back with their brand new video for the song.

In the video, Sykes disappears into his own version of a sunken place. As his consciousness struggles to escape from gloomy open water, his physical form battles the demons and addictions that plague him in his everyday life.

From technology rotting his brain to drugs and mental illness controlling all of his thoughts, the "Teardrops" video addresses the ongoing problems many people face in society today.

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