Flyleaf’s New Single “New Horizons” Available Now on iTunes

A&M/Octone recording group Flyleaf have just released their new single, “New Horizons,” available now on iTunes. The song will appear on the band’s upcoming third album of the same name. “‘New Horizons’ expresses a feeling of looking toward the unknown future with hope,” commented bass player Pat Seals. Full details about the album and the release date will be announced shortly.

Flyleaf’s debut self-titled album has now sold 1.3 million copies and is certified Platinum. “All Around Me” reached the Top 10 on Top 40 Radio, and the band have charted six singles total at modern and rock radio. Flyleaf’s last album, Memento Mori, debuted at #8 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart and has gone on to sell over 325,000 copies in the US alone.

For all of the latest on Flyleaf, be sure to check out their official site, as well as their Facebook and Twitter pages.

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

“New Horizons” on SoundCloud:http://soundcloud.com/amoctonerecords/new-horizons

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

Official Sites:
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