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We here at FlyleafOnline.com think it’s awesome when Jared talks. So join us in watching this 33 second video about the upcoming Unite & Fight tour, and rejoice about the new dates, cities and the chance to see Flyleaf play a show. :]
All of the dates for the second leg of the Unite and Fight tour have been posted on the tour dates page. Not sure what shows we’re going to yet, but if you’re going to any, let us know in the comments. Maybe we can meet up and paint the town in Flyleaf stuff before the show. :]
Hey all — Sameer posted on Flyleaf’s Twitter page that FlyleafMusic and FlyleafOnline have the new tour dates for the fall headliner, but the dates aren’t actually available anywhere online at the moment! As soon as they are, we’ll post them here. I’m sure we’ll get ‘em within the next day or two.
It is very exciting that we now know that Story of the Year is opening! So hooray for that announcement. :)
As most of you know, Lacey’s collaboration with Apocalyptica has leaked and is all over the internet. I’m not going to be posting it here until the video is officially released, but if you wanted to know the lyrics, I posted those here. Enjoy!
I was waiting for one of these videos of Andrew from Fair To Midland singing Flyleaf to surface on the net so I could post about them, and look! Flyleaf went and uploaded one of them. FTM toured with Flyleaf as you know, but what you may not know is that they’re one of the best bands in the entire universe (this is an indisputable fact, not a matter of opinion). You should probably check them out if you don’t want to miss out on something good (better than good. more like phenomenal). Their live show is just incredible, and their music is amazing. I’ve worn out their CDs ever since I got home from the shows I saw in May.
Seriously. I don’t think that I’ve ever promoted another band on this site, because I’ve never really thought anybody deserved to break the natural order of things here. However, Fair To Midland 100% deserves everyone’s attention. So do me (and yourself, really) a favor, and go listen to them. They’re incredible. Start with Dance of the Manatee, Tall Tales Taste Like Sour Grapes and then perhaps move on to A Wolf Descends Upon The Spanish Sahara (my personal favorite). Thank you for your time!
In addition to the bunches of pictures, I added some Memento Mori era acoustic tracks to the radio including Again, Arise, Chasm, & Missing. Those are also available for download here for anybody who wants them! Enjoy guys. :]
It’s not often we get pro-shot performances from a stage like this, friends. Enjoy it! :D They played I’m So Sick (double second verse extended remix yo), Again, and All Around Me. Thanks Laura for findin’ it!
“When we were recording the song “Set Apart This Dream” for our new cd, “Memento Mori,” I was thinking about the innocence that is so easily and often stolen from so many kids. Today, there are 2 million children around the world who are victims of sex slavery. We named this tour Unite and Fight because sometimes we have to fight violence with peace and that takes unity. We have to fight thieves who steal children and sell them with generosity. This also takes unity. It’s our way of bringing a bit of attention to a grave matter. All of us who are in a safer place have the ability to help lift some of the burden of such a heavy and disgusting injustice. If you text UNITE to 20222, $10 will be added to your cell phone bill and a donation will be made to World Vision’s effort to rescue the victims of sex slavery.”
I’m pretty sure most of you already have Memento Mori, but here is the link to follow to download “Set Apart This Dream.” Makes me have so much more appreciation for the song and the band. I think it’s a wonderful cause. Please donate if you can!
Flyleaf have always worn their hearts on their sleeves.
In fact, there’s a raw and real honesty at the core of every song that the band’s written from their debut Flyleaf to their latest offering, Memento Mori. Memento Mori sees the band allowing fans closer than ever before with tracks like “Missing” and “Again,” marrying poetically, profound lyrics and unforgettable hard rock hooks. The album remains a focused affair with a story sitting at the center of each song—all you have to do is open yourself up to it…
Flyleaf have evolved immensely since their debut, and their story continues to inspire fans worldwide. Right now, the band’s in the midst of their “Unite & Fight Tour” alongside 10 Years and Fair to Midland. “Unite & Fight” means a lot to the quintet, and they decided to tell us all about it backstage at the tour’s Anaheim California stop.
However, Flyleaf frontwoman Lacey Mosley and guitarist Jared Hartmann shared a lot more than insight into the tour. Lacey went way back and told us one of the reasons she started playing and so much more…
What’d y’all think? :) I really liked them, and I’m so excited to hear Chasm acoustic! I’ve been wanting to hear it since we heard that they played it last year for the troops. I’ll be posting the video/audio on the site soon hopefully.