IN THIS ISSUE: “REMEMBER TO LIVE”NEW FLYLEAF MERCH BUNDLES


LETTER FROM LACEY: REMEMBER TO LIVE
Hi Everyone,
On December 7th we will be releasing new music, and we hope you enjoy “Remember to Live” (Memento Vivere). It’s a bunch of old songs that you guys have asked us to record for years, so we finally did it. There are a few new songs you may have never heard and old ones reborn that Passerby fans will remember.

Also, be sure to check out our new website. We hope you are excited about all the new features and artwork. All the woodcuts and art you see on the website were done by Pat when we first came up with the concept for Memento Mori. The community page will stay alive so all of the hard work you put into your profiles and blogs will still be a part of the site. Thank you for all your love and support!

Happy Holidays,
<3 Lacey
PS – Stay tuned in the coming weeks for news about “How He Loves”

Get a sample of the new music now at Flyleaf’s Facebook page!




FLYLEAF GEAR BUNDLES IN STORE NOW!
Right now, in the Flyleaf Store there are some great merch bundles available. Pick up ultimate fan packs including T-shirts, “Memento Mori” journals, stickers and buttons; all bundled and all on sale now! Click here for details!

And check back throughout the holidays for more great deals including free shipping, Black Friday through Cyber Monday!


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