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[Photo by: Brian Cox]

The Used are just a few days away from releasing their new album Heartwork, but they’re still offering up new tracks for fans leading to its drop.

The band are back with “The Lighthouse” which also features blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus along with a lyric video.

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The band previously revealed “Obvious Blasé” which featured a guest spot from Travis Barker.

On top of that, they’ve dropped several tracks including “Blow Me” featuring FEVER 333’s Jason Aalon Butler,  “Paradise Lost, a poem by John Milton” and “Cathedral Bell.”

The track is officially premiering with The Recording Academy who Hoppus talked to about the collab. He describes the track as “one of those songs that came together very quickly, with everybody excitedly throwing ideas around… What emerged from the session is a track we’re all very proud of, and I hope everyone likes it as much as we do.”

The Used have an official music video planned for the track too with a special surprise for fans. They’re inviting fans to be part of the video by asking for video submissions of essential workers such as nurses, doctors, grocery store clerks and more. You can submit videos up until April 28 here.

The song itself is a mostly melancholic sounding track but quickly takes an upbeat turn for a brief funky break.

You can watch the lyric video for “The Lighthouse” below.

We also spoke with the band about Heartwork, the imagery in their new music videos, returning to working with producer John Feldmann and more. You can read the interview here.

What do you think of the new track from the Used? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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