Flyleaf stream new single

2014-07-09 by Voivod STAFF | 19 Comments
Texan alt rock quintet Flyleaf are streaming a new song at the official SoundCloud page of Loud and Proud Records.

The song is called 'Set Me On Fire', and it comes as an introduction to the band's upcoming album Between The Stars, which is due for release on September 16.

You can jam 'Set Me On Fire' right here:
http://soundcloud.com/loud-proud-records/flyleaf-set-me-on-fire

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YourDarkAffected
July 9th 2014
1693 Comments


wow, haven't heard that name in a while. Song is meh

VermTheNedSlayer
July 9th 2014
291 Comments


Band has always been meh

North0House2
July 9th 2014
5898 Comments


They're still around? Whoa. I feel like I'm in middle school again.

Digging: Tera Melos - X'ed Out

NonApplicable
July 9th 2014
2027 Comments


I'm So Sick of this band

TheGreatQ
July 9th 2014
1599 Comments


No Lacey

Don't care

Digging: Bush - Sixteen Stone

DreamAgain
July 9th 2014
289 Comments


What.. the chick left?

That was the only reason they were even mediocre at best lol.

TheGreatQ
July 9th 2014
1599 Comments


Yeah, she left after she got pregnant. Don't like the new chick, especially not live.

wwba
July 9th 2014
461 Comments


awesome band
great song
great singer

Shiranui
July 9th 2014
254 Comments


I actually prefer the instrumentals on this to most of their previous work. If they kept doing songs like these and Lacey ever decided to join back, this band would be banging.

SteveRogers
July 9th 2014
190 Comments


I used to enjoy their first album well enough. But damn. They still have an audience?

mawdicker411
July 9th 2014
55 Comments


This isn't bad at all! When it started I thought it was gonna be a garbage pop song.like that last e.p, but it was pretty sweet.

pelagickitten
July 9th 2014
9 Comments


Holy Shit. I haven't heard them in like forever...like when Fuse was actually good and didn't become MTV 2.0.
The song is alright. Super catchy though this song will be noticed by radio stations I am sure.

pelagickitten
July 9th 2014
9 Comments


It's like a harder Paramore. Sigh but true no Lacey is kinda sad.

Toondude10
July 9th 2014
4756 Comments


Never cared for this band, but the song isn't bad.

Digging: Fear Factory - The Industrialist

Impervious
July 9th 2014
445 Comments


First two albums were good but I doubt I'll ever go back to this band especially since they lost that one chick. She was pretty much the main reason I listened to them. *sigh*

Fieryfenderz
July 9th 2014
1508 Comments


༼ つ ◕_◕ ༽つ Give Lacey ༼ つ ◕_◕ ༽つ

Evatallica
July 9th 2014
151 Comments


Lol at the way she says fire on the chorus.

The song's not too bad, though Flyleaf really lacks much of an identity without Lacey.



GiantSpeck
July 9th 2014
223 Comments


Without Lacey, it just sounds like ordinary, mediocre female-fronted Christian rock crap.

VJ90
July 9th 2014
128 Comments


Flyleaf died when Lacey left.



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