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    Tue, 27 Oct 2009 11:38:18

    Playlist: Flyleaf - Flyleaf's Lacey sits down with ARTISTdirect.com editor and <i>Dolor</i> author Rick Florino to talk about what albums she's looking forward to and listening to right now...

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    • Flyleaf - Through the first verse of "In The Dark," Lacey softly stepped around the stage with what seemed like the shyness of a small child. That shyness soon erupted into a raw emotional energy that captivated the audience for the rest of the evening. There are some performers that just hop onstage, sing, dance, whatever, and hop back offstage. Lacey is definitely not one of them. She doesn't just sing songs, she feels them – and the audience could tell as they sang and swayed right along with her. But it wasn’t just her; each band member was able to connect with the audience. While Sameer and Jared grooved to their melodies, Pat furiously pounded the bass and jumped on speakers. James even pointed his sticks out toward the crowd while drumming. It was amazing to see a band with such an enormous presence play a venue with such an intimate setting.—Lilly Ryden
    • Flyleaf - Through the first verse of "In The Dark," Lacey softly stepped around the stage with what seemed like the shyness of a small child. That shyness soon erupted into a raw emotional energy that captivated the audience for the rest of the evening. There are some performers that just hop onstage, sing, dance, whatever, and hop back offstage. Lacey is definitely not one of them. She doesn't just sing songs, she feels them – and the audience could tell as they sang and swayed right along with her. But it wasn’t just her; each band member was able to connect with the audience. While Sameer and Jared grooved to their melodies, Pat furiously pounded the bass and jumped on speakers. James even pointed his sticks out toward the crowd while drumming. It was amazing to see a band with such an enormous presence play a venue with such an intimate setting.—Lilly Ryden
    • Flyleaf - Through the first verse of "In The Dark," Lacey softly stepped around the stage with what seemed like the shyness of a small child. That shyness soon erupted into a raw emotional energy that captivated the audience for the rest of the evening. There are some performers that just hop onstage, sing, dance, whatever, and hop back offstage. Lacey is definitely not one of them. She doesn't just sing songs, she feels them – and the audience could tell as they sang and swayed right along with her. But it wasn’t just her; each band member was able to connect with the audience. While Sameer and Jared grooved to their melodies, Pat furiously pounded the bass and jumped on speakers. James even pointed his sticks out toward the crowd while drumming. It was amazing to see a band with such an enormous presence play a venue with such an intimate setting.—Lilly Ryden

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    Flyleaf's new album Memento Mori is everything that a great rock record should be.

    From unforgettable guitar riffs and raucous rhythms to massive melodies and hypnotic lyrics, Memento Mori is one of the best rock n' roll albums this year. Singer Lacey bares her soul on each and every track, and she gives with every line that she belts out. Just take one listen to the first single, "Again," for proof. However, "Missing" and "This Close" will close the deal for you…

    Lacey sat down with ARTISTdirect.com editor and Dolor author Rick Florino for this exclusive interview about what tunes she's rocking these days!

    Check out Lacey's playlist below and pick up Memento Mori when it drops on November 10 everywhere!

    Lacey's Playlist:

    1. Rise Against

    I love Rise Against!

    2. David Crowder

    We're going to buy the new David Crowder CD. He covered "All Around Me" on piano, and it's really cool! I sang on "The Nearness" I went into that studio and screamed my head off and I can't hear one scream on the final song though [Laughs].

    3. Skillet

    4. Muse

    I really want their new record!

    5. Sleeping at Last

    I like a lot of Sleeping At Last's stuff. I like a lot of Christian music. I don't have to always listen to Christian music, but there are seasons in my life where that's what I want to hear. I just want to hear something that's going to speak to me.

    Rick Florino
    10.26.09


    Check out Rick Florino's new novel Dolor available now for FREE here



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