Rock quintet FLYLEAF will release a new single, "New Horizons", on August 21 via iTunes. The song is the title track of the band's third album, which will arrive this fall via A&M/Octone.
Bassist Pat Seals describes the tune to Loudwire as follows: "'New Horizons' expresses a feeling of looking toward the unknown future with hope. Definitely one of our best and most joyful songs — I am excited to see how our fans will receive it."
"New Horizons" was premiered earlier today (Wednesday, August 1) on the 89X radio station in Windsor/Detroit and can be streamed at this location.
FLYLEAF reportedly filmed footage for the "New Horizons" video this past May at the benefit show for Richard Caldwell at the Palladium Ballroom in Dallas, Texas.
The band's most recent relase was "Remember To Live", a seven-song album featuring new recordings of fan-requested tracks from FLYLEAF's catalogue. Recorded with Mark Lewis (CHIMAIRA, TRIVIUM, ADRIFT) while on the road during FLYLEAF's "Unite & Fight" tour, the effort was a rare collection of tracks that fans have been demanding for years.
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