Hear Masked Wolf’s new collaboration with Bring Me The Horizon, ‘Fallout’

The Australian rapper of 'Astronaut In The Ocean' fame teams up with Oli Sykes and co.

Australian rapper Masked Wolf has shared the song ‘Fallout’, a collaboration with Bring Me The Horizon.

The track is the ‘Astronaut In The Ocean’ rapper’s first new song of 2022. It was released on Elektra Records today (April 1). Listen to it below:

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The band had teased the release by sharing a snippet of the track on TikTok. The clip, which you can view below, sees frontman Oli Sykes singing along while the rest of the band jam in the studio.

Masked Wolf also shared his own separate short clip featuring the track on his Instagram page.

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☢️ THIS IS THE FALLOUT ☢️ #fyp #bmth #emo #bringmethehorizon #newmusic

♬ original sound – BRING ME THE HORIZON

After the TikTok-fueled viral success of his song ‘Astronaut In The Ocean’, Masked Wolf released his debut mixtape ‘Astronomical’ in September 2021. It featured collaborations with X Ambassadors, Kevin Gates and NICOLOSI.

Meanwhile, BMTH recently featured on Machine Gun Kelly‘s new album ‘Mainstream Sellout’ on the track ‘Maybe’, which they also debuted in Los Angeles earlier this month.

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The track was described as “a sleek chunk of nihilism that combines arena ambition with a curled-lip moodiness” in NME‘s four-star review of the album.

The band also recently featured on a Gran Turismo 7 competition alongside Davido and T-Pain with fans being given the chance to race against the artists on the game.

Bring Me The Horizon also paid tribute to Ukraine during their closing set at the BandLab NME Awards 2022 earlier this month. “I guess it’s better being here in a room full of influential people: they need to use their voice every single day until this crisis is over,” Sykes told the audience before the band’s final song ‘Throne’. “If Kyiv does not survive, international peace will not survive.”

BMTH also won the Best Band In The UK supported by Pizza Express award at the ceremony.

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