From First To Last release new song featuring Sonny Moore—listen

From First To Last might be teasing something—and we’re excited.

The band shared an image on Twitter that’s making us think they have something in the works.

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In 2016, From First To Last released their fifth studio album, Dead Trees, with Spencer Sotelo taking care of vocals. A little less than 10 years before that, the band’s lead singer left to pursue a solo career. The singer, Sonny Moore, obviously went on to build fame in the EDM world as Skrillex.

However, in early 2017, after a lot of teasing, the band released “Make War” with Moore on vocals. Soon after, he performed with From First To Last at Emo Nite. That led many fans to wonder if he was back in the band, to which he responded:

“I left the band, but I would say I’m not left anymore,” Moore told AP at the 2017 Grammys.

From First To Last then released a picture with Moore, confirming he was indeed back in the band. That was followed by months and months of silence, though.

Back in December 2017, the band leaked a song at Emo Nite in Los Angeles. Guitarist Matt Good shared a photo of the band, minus Moore, after they played their DJ set which featured the latest track.

Finally, in July 2018, FFTL officially released “Surrender,” seven months after the first teaser. “Surrender” was shared for free after Moore, also known as Skrillex, made the announcement via Twitter and leaked the record’s artwork.

We’re still not sure if these releases are an indication of a new From First To Last album featuring Moore, or if the band are just gifting us a couple of one-off releases. However, it looks like they’re still working on stuff—and keeping their social media pages updated.

From First To Last took to Twitter today (Feb. 1) to share an interesting image. The screenshot is from a Facebook notification, asking if they plan to use their offer of $10 to promote the band’s page.

“Should we claim it?” FFTL ask.

Could this mean they have some news to share with us? If that’s the case, we definitely hope they claim the offer!

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