Flyleaf’s New Album New Horizons Out Today

Flyleaf’s anticipated new album New Horizons, their last with long time singer Lacey Sturm, is out today and available now on iTunes. The band recently released “Call You Out,” the second single from the album (following up the title track, which was released this summer). New Horizons is also now streaming in its entirety exclusively on Buzznet.com.

The announcement of Lacey’s departure came last week, along with news that former Vedera vocalist Kristen May will be stepping in for future tour dates in support of New Horizons. “It took everyone on our team to make the beauty in Flyleaf possible,” said Lacey in a statement. “I am honored to have met so many wonderful people who love Flyleaf music all over the world.”

For more of the latest news on Flyleaf, head to their official siteFacebook and Twitter pages.

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New Horizons Album Stream on Buzznet.com: http://bit.ly/SslpPX

New Horizons on iTunes:http://smarturl.it/5b6f39

New Horizons on Amazon: http://smarturl.it/c2eeqd

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

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