Linkin Park is still pumping out great tracks, including their newest single “Good Goodbye.”
The song, which features Pusha T and grime rapper Stormzy, follows their previous collaboration with Kiiara, “Heavy,” and appears on their upcoming LP, One More Light, which comes out May 19.
Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda opens the track with a verse of his own before Chester Bennington swoops in on the chorus. Following up to that, Pusha T comes in with “Good bye, good riddance/ A period is after every sentence/ Did my time with my cell mate/ Maxed out so now we finished,” then Stormzy closes with “Goodbye to the stereotypes/ You can’t tell my kings we can’t/ Mandem we’re linking tings in parks/ Now I got a tune with Linkin Park.”
In a video from the band’s YouTube channel, Bennington alluded to the different artists they’d be incorporating into the album. “I’m really proud of what we’ve accomplished in the studio so far,” he said. “We’ve got a lot of great material that I hope challenges our fan base as well as inspires them, as much as it has us, and so I’m really looking forward to you guys hearing the stuff.”
Check out the lyric video for the new single “Good Goodbye” below: