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Bring Me The Horizon Share New Dance-Pop Track ‘Mother Tongue’

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Bring Me The Horizon have shared a fourth cut from their upcoming new album amo, in the form of dance-pop track ‘Mother Tongue’.

The song, which follows previous releases ‘Medicine’, ‘Wonderful Life’ and ‘Mantra’, sees Oli Sykes and company continue to diversify their sound.

Amo will be the follow-up to the band’s 2015 album That’s The Spirit, and is set for release this Friday, 25th January.

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Bring Me The Horizon will return to Australia in April for headline shows across Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Stream ‘Mother Tongue’ in full, below.

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