A&M/Octone recording group Flyleaf will release their third studio album New Horizons on October 30th. The band also unveiled the full album track listing and released the second single titled “Call You Out” (the follow up to the album’s title track).

“’Call You Out’ was one of the first songs written during the New Horizons sessions,” commented bass player Pat Seals. “The stomping opening verse evolved over time into this aggressive but very calculated track that closes with Sameer using chaotic guitar sounds to sort of burn it to the ground – engages you all the way through.” Seals has not only designed the album cover for the band’s upcoming release, he also created a fold out poster as part of the packaging.

Check out the full track listing below, and head to Flyleaf’s official siteFacebook and Twitterpages for more of the latest news.

New Horizons Track Listing:
1. Fire Fire
2. New Horizons
3. Call You Out
4. Cage On The Ground
5. Great Love
6. Bury Your Heart
7. Freedom
8. Saving Grace
9. Stand
10. Green Heart
11. Broken Wings

“Call You Out” Audio Stream: http://youtu.be/SXi1dVphnis

“New Horizons” Music Video: http://youtu.be/AptjnW0Erqo

“New Horizons” on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/1hpnz6

Assets: http://music.totalassault.com/artists/397/Flyleaf

Official Sites:
flyleafmusic.com
facebook.com/flyleafmusic
twitter.com/flyleafmusic

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