FLYLEAF: New Song Clip Available For Streaming

FLYLEAF has begun streaming a clip of a new song called "Beautiful Bride" at the band's official web site. The sample is accessible by moving your computer cursor over the photo of singer Lacey Mosley on the site. The track will be the second single from the group's upcoming sophomore album, "Memento Mori". It's also an appropriate tune for Mosley, who told The Pulse of Radio she recently got married. "It was in my backyard in Texas," she said. "It was great. It was a good wedding. And then we spent our honeymoon in our house (laughs)."

The band has also shot a video for "Beautiful Bride", which is expected to surface online soon.

"Memento Mori" will arrive on October 27 and follows up FLYLEAF's self-titled 2005 debut, which has sold over one million copies.

The first single from the CD is called "Again".


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