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Yungblud Teams Up With Oli Sykes of Bring Me The Horizon For New Single, "Happier"

Updated: Mar 21

Yungblud once again collaborates with Bring Me The Horizon for their new single, "Happier." The lyrics of the song revolve around the theme of a tumultuous and fading relationship. The song explores the bittersweet feelings of longing for someone who has moved on. It touches themes of heartbreak, nostalgia, and the pain of watching someone you care about move on with someone else. The lyrics are emotionally charged and relatable to anyone who has experienced the end of a meaningful relationship.



“I have almost been conditioned by myself my whole life to be in pain. When I’m in pain I work better. I function better because I have something to combat. It’s dark but it’s all I’ve ever known. The feeling of happiness is scary because you feel like it’s all about to go wrong. I have always felt that if I’m happy I’ll get complacent so it’s lost me a lot of opportunity for friendships and relationships in the past. I got really emotional when writing this. I was craving another Yungblud song that would burn in my stomach, make me feel like it’s all gonna be ok and encourage me to fight back against old habits and try my best to re-align myself to be better. It’s ok to find happiness, it’s ok to feel it. I hope you find a little bit of it in this song. You deserve it. Everyone does.” -Yungblud


Yungblud's iconic comeback embarks a new era for the artist, who is undeniably one of the best artists of his generation. His music is empowering to teens everywhere and the new era marks the beginning of the regression to the artists alternative roots. He kicked off his new era with the release of "Lowlife", which instantly became a fan favorite on tour. Hated was released next and is undoubtedly one of Yungblud's most vulnerable songs.


To ensure his fans always come first, Yungblud teased "Happier", giving 10 lucky fans an exclusive listen over video chat. Earlier this year around the release of "Lowlife", he sent hand-written notes to fans around the world.




Bring Me The Horizon is one of the most versatile bands of their generation. From deathcore anthems such as "Pray for Plagues" and "Tell Slater Not to Wash His D*ck" to synth pop bangers like "Medicine", to their new single, "Happier", you can never go wrong with Bring Me The Horizon.


The band is comprised of lead vocalist Oliver "Oli" Sykes, guitarist Lee Malia, bassist Matt Kean, keyboardist Jordan Fish, and percussionist Matt Nicholls. The band was formed in 2004 in Sheffield, England and have since then gained a massive following. With a whopping 8 albums, the British rock band has gained over 13 million monthly listeners on Spotify.




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