Listen: From First to Last drop new song featuring Skrillex

Surprise! There’s a brand new From First to Last song on the loose. On Tuesday (July 24), the band surprised their loyal fan base by unleashing a new jam titled “Surrender.” In maybe an even bigger surprise twist, the new song featured not-former vocalist Sonny Moore (Skrillex).

The new song’s release comes mere hours after the band —and Moore— began to tease the internet about it. Taking to Twitter on Monday, the DJ wrote: “I don’t want to make a big deal about it, but I made a new song with my old band [From First to Last] and we decided to give it away for free in a few hours.”

Listen to “Surrender” above.

In addition to the song’s surprise debut, the band also revealed that tune is available as a free download on their website.

“Surrender” is the follow-up to “Make War” which was released back in January of 2017. For those who follow the band on Instagram, “Surrender” may sound a little familiar. From First to Last debuted the track during Emo Nite Los Angeles back in December of 2017 where Moore actually was on hand to perform with the rest of the group.

Moore officially “un-left” the group in 2017. During a pre-Grammys interview in February of 2017, the musician gave Alternative Press a coy response by telling the publication “[I] left the band, but I would say I’m not left anymore.”

Moore is not the only former From First to Last member to have returned to the lineup. Original drummer Derek Bloom and longtime bassist Matt Manning also returned to the fold.

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