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Wait, is Billie Eilish collaborating on a song with Bring Me The Horizon?

Eagle-eyed fans believe that a cryptic Instagram comment from Oli Sykes could hold the answer...

By Nick Reilly

Bring Me The Horizon's Oli Sykes and Billie Eilish (Picture: Press/Getty)

Fans are convinced that Bring Me The Horizon may have a collaboration with Billie Eilish on the way, after the band’s frontman Oli Sykes left a cryptic comment on the singer’s Instagram account.

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Earlier this week, Eilish shared a photo of herself and brother Finneas at the Golden Globes 2024, after the pair picked up Best Song for Eilish’s 2023 Barbie soundtrack song ‘What Was I Made For?’, which was co-written by Finneas.

But among the swathes of congratulatory comments from fans, Sykes’ own message stood out. “Limousine,” he simply wrote.

Now, BMTH fans have activated their detective skills and noticed that his comment is also the name of a track on the group’s anticipated next album POST HUMAN NeX GEn, leading them to consider the possibility of Eilish appearing on the song.

“If this bmth and billie collab rumour is true i will be the most insufferable c**t on this app that song will literally become my life that will be my song forever, not to mention if they ever performed it live together id have to be peeled off the floor,” wrote one excited fan.

In addition, the group have begun sharing a brief snippet of the track on their UK tour, which kicked off earlier this week. The clip, however, stops short of highlighting Eilish’s vocals.

BMTH previously showed off their love of Billie when they performed an acoustic cover of her song ‘When The Party’s Over’ when they performed for BBC Radio 1’s Future Sounds with Annie Mac back in 2019.

Earlier this week, BMTHalso confirmed that ‘POST HUMAN: NeX GEn’ will arrive this summer.

Last week, they also debuted ‘Kool-Aid’ – the latest release from the album. The new track is first to arrive following the departure of Jordan Fish late last year