:The fourth studio release from progressive Christian rock band Fireflight. Fireflight returns with their most explosive and personal album to date. Produced by Jason Rauch (RED), the new album contains the signature aggressive rock that Fireflight is known for...
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:The fourth studio release from progressive Christian rock band Fireflight.
Fireflight returns with their most explosive and personal album to date. Produced by Jason Rauch (RED), the new album contains the signature aggressive rock that Fireflight is known for with some new elements including synth-rock, neo-prog and electronic layers all while keeping their sense of urgency.
Fireflight released their debut album, The Healing of Harms, in 2006, and after two years of relentless touring followed this up with their second release, Unbreakable, in 2008. The album debuted at No. 10 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart, and the music video of 'Unbreakable' logged more than 3.3 million plays on YouTube.
1. Stay Close
- 1. Stay CloseFireflight0:59
- 2. IgniteFireflight0:59
- 3. EscapeFireflight0:59
- 4. He WeepsFireflight0:59
- 5. Keeping Me AliveFireflight0:59
- 6. Stronger Than You ThinkFireflight0:59
- 7. Prove Me WrongFireflight0:59
- 8. Dying For Your LoveFireflight0:59
- 9. Rise AboveFireflight0:59
- 10. NowFireflight0:59
Orlando-based rock band Fireflight has been named Gospel Music Channels first Listen Up artist of the month in April 2008, adding to the recent flurry of media activity surrounding the launch of the bands highly-acclaimed sophomore album Unbreakable. Throughout April 2008 on GMC, fans will experience 360 degrees of access to Fireflight through customized on-air spots, a world premiere of the anticipated Unbreakable music video on March 29, plus online exclusive interviews, performances and special features. Other appearances include a performance on the networks weekly series The Kitchen Sink, and Fireflight will rock its own Front Row Live installment of GMCs nightly concert series airing early summer.