FLYLEAF Singer Interviewed On 101.7 THE FOX; Video Available

On November 1, 2009, singer Lacey Mosley of the Belton, Texas-based quintet FLYLEAF was interviewed on Santa Rosa, California's 101.7 The Fox radio station inside the "Less Is More Lounge" at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. Watch the eight-minute chat below.

Red 40 Productions, which is owned by Don Tyler, recently released the Tyler-directed video for FLYLEAF's next single, "Beautiful Bride". You can watch the clip at RockTube.us.

Don Tyler is the Cleveland-based music video director best known for his combined use of live action and animation. Tyler has also done videos for MASTODON, RINGWORM, TRIGGER POINT, EAGLES OF DEATH METAL and ALLELE, among others.

"Beautiful Bride" comes off FLYLEAF's new album, "Memento Mori", which is scheduled for release on November 10 via A&M/Octone. For the follow-up to the band's hit 2005 self-titled debut, the band again teamed with producer Howard Benson, who is known for his work with PAPA ROACH, MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE and THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS.

"Memento Mori" track listing:

01. Beautiful Bride
02. Again
03. Chasm
04. Missing
05. This Close
06. The Kind
07. In The Dark
08. Set Apart This Dream
09. Swept Away
10. Tiny Heart
11. Melting (interlude)
12. Treasure
13. Circle
14. Arise

Disc 2 (Deluxe Edition):

01. Break Your Knees
02. Enemy
03. Have We Lost
04. Who Am I

The album's title comes from the well-known Latin phrase that, through the ages, has been uttered as a reminder of the mortality we all share. According to ancient texts, memento mori was historically acted out as a kind of ritual tableau in ancient Rome when a victorious general was welcomed back to the city with a parade: "Standing behind the victorious general was a servant, and he had the task of reminding the general that, though he was up on the peak today, tomorrow was another day. The servant did this by telling the general that he should remember that he was mortal, i.e. 'Memento mori."

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