Falling In Reverse Release New Video!

(TRR) Always a band known for their memorable music videos, Falling In Reverse has once again taken things to a new level with the video for their song “Losing My Mind”. We thoroughly enjoy the unpredictability of this band and they have proven time and time again that they can flawless switch musical direction and still leave fans hungry and anxious for more!

You can purchase “Losing My Mind” here!

Musically, the band’s shimmering synths shine underneath impressive wordplay and rapping courtesy of frontman Ronnie Radke. That lyrical gallop turns on a dime into one of the group’s most hypnotic hooks yet. It’s impossible to shake at first listen.

Directed by frequent collaborator Ethan Lader, whose past work with the band includes the unforgettable “Superhero” and “F**k You and All Your Friends” videos, the visual expands on their incredibly artistic partnership. The Tron-style setting perfectly complements the track’s ebb and flow, intercutting with performance visuals.

“I pretty much do whatever I want when it comes to music and nothing is off limits to me,” said Radke. “I spent my whole musical career trying to be different and make songs that people think shouldn’t go together… go together. Dying Is Your Latest Fashion was my first record and that’s a prime example — a bunch of different genres on one album. Nothing has changed since then. When people say, ‘You aren’t allowed to play that kind of music, you are this kind of music,’ it makes me want to do it even more.”

Radke continued, “I believe in musical equality. You don’t have to dress a certain way to like a certain kind of music. I’ll dress like a fucking cowboy and play power metal if I want. I want to thank Brett Gurewitz from Epitaph for giving me artistic freedom. It is very rare to have that in a label.”

Falling In Reverse have just hit the road with A Day to Remember, Papa Roach, and The Devil Wears Prada and will remain on the road through March.

The band’s latest full-length album, Coming Home, is out now via Epitaph Records.

2/23 — St. Louis, MO — Chaifeitz Arena
2/24 — Chicago, IL — UIC Pavillion
2/27 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Great Salt Air Amphitheatre
2/28 — Las Vegas, NV — The Joint at The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
3/2 — San Francisco, CA — San Francisco Armory
3/4 — Mesa, AZ — Mesa Amphitheatre
3/6 — San Antonio, TX — Sunken Gardens Theater
3/7 — Dallas, TX — The Bomb Factory
3/12 — New York, NY — Hammerstein Ballroom
3/13 — Baltimore, MD — UMBC Event Center
3/15 — Lowell, MA — Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell
3/16 — Allentown, PA — PPL Center
3/17 — Pittsburgh, PA — Petersen Events Center
3/19 — Atlanta, GA — Coca Cola Roxy
3/20 — St. Augustine, FL — St. Augustine Amphitheatre

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