A long while ago, when the anticipation for the then upcoming record 'That's The Spirit' was growing, but the album wasn't announced yet, the band released a song a few weeks after the release of 'Drown'.
While everyone was prepared for a changing sound from the Sheffield rockers, no one was expecting this.
Together with Orifice Vulgatron (Foreign Beggars), they released a track which was for the movie 'Drive'.
The track, called 'Don't Look Down', was your not so typical drum 'n bass track, featuring Bring Me The Horizon aspects aswell as the rap vocals from Orifice Vulgatron.
The response for this track was not very well, and Bring Me The Horizon ended up explaining the reasoning behind the song's sound, eventhough they disagree with having to explain their art.
They made sure that everyone knew that this was not the direction Bring Me The Horizon were headed, but that this was merely a fun project for the movie 'Drive'.
Recently we started listening to this track again and honestly, we don't really hate it.
In fact, we like it and figured it'd be nice to remind all of you about the existance of this track.
Jam it below & check out the scene for which it was used below that.
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