FLYLEAF: New Album Title Revealed

The Pulse of Radio reports: FLYLEAF recently resurfaced for a short run of shows, including this past weekend's Rock On The Range festival in Ohio, while the band puts the finishing touches on their sophomore album. The group came off the road late last year after a long series of tours that left singer Lacey Mosley's voice in tatters. Mosley told The Pulse of Radio what the band did after that. "We needed a big, long break and that's what we got — about seven months, which is crazy since we've been touring for five years," she said. "I don't think any of us really knew what to do with our time (laughs), so we ended up writing, of course, and we're in the middle of recording the next record right now. We're almost done with it."

Mosley told The Pulse of Radio that the new FLYLEAF album is titled "Memento Mori" and should tentatively be out in late August or early September.

The Texas-based band has just one U.S. show on its schedule until the fall, on May 24 in Little Rock, Arkansas.

FLYLEAF's self-titled debut disc came out in late 2005 and was certified platinum for sales of more than one million copies.

Congratulations are also due to Mosley — she told The Pulse of Radio she got married during the break. The ceremony was held in her backyard, and the new couple spent their honeymoon at home.


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