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Falling In Reverse Release New Single 'Fashionably Late'

Wednesday, 22 May 2013 Written by Elliott Batte

American post-hardcore outfit Falling in Reverse have released brand new single ‘Fashionably Late’, the title track of their forthcoming second studio album.

Out now, it follows the recent release of ‘Alone’, the first single/video to be taken from their soon-come new record, out June 17th. Within two weeks, the video for ‘Alone’ has already racked up over a million and a half views, and has also become one of the most streamed songs in the world - as well as the UK’s most viral song on Spotify.

Now, the Ronnie Radke fronted band have released the title track ‘Fashionably Late’ as the second single from album - you can check it out below, or grab it from iTunes here. It’s already managed to receive over 200,000 plays - highlighting the band’s current popularity across the globe.

Voted as Alternative Press magazine’s 2012 ‘Artist of the Year,’ one of Revolver’s ‘100 Greatest Living Rock Stars’ and Kerrang’s ‘50 Greatest Rock Stars In The World,’ Radke’s band Falling In Reverse will release 'Fashionably Late' via Epitaph Records next month.  It’s the follow up to their Top 20 debut 'The Drug In Me Is You'.

Check out the new track below - and keep your eyes peeled for their new record!

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