Living the Dream Foundation Presents
Unplugged and Uncensored
Sunday, November 17th, 2013 @ 7:30 PM
Ticket Prices: Av:$31.75 Dos:$36.00
Tickets On Sale 10/26 @ 10AM
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Falling In Reverse has managed the unthinkable. Already blessed with a Top 20 debut album, fervently passionate fans and positioned firmly atop the world of the Vans Warped Tour and the fast-moving social media landscape, Alternative Press magazine’s 2012 “Artist of the Year” could have rested on their victorious accomplishments -- not the least of which is the cinematically gigantic redemption story surrounding the band’s vibrant lead singer and founder, Ronnie Radke.
But what have they chosen as an encore? Nothing less than to conquer the world.
After two years worth of touring, over 20 million YouTube views thanks to songs like “I’m Not a Vampire” and “Good Girls Bad Guys” (including one Revolver put in the Top 10 of the year), Falling In Reverse is going after the brass ring, the golden chalice, the hearts and minds of everyone with the unstoppable Fashionably Late.
The swagger of the hair-sprayed 1980’s Sunset Strip, the bravado of the most battle-hardened rhyme-slingers, the take-no-prisoners bottom end of the brutal tattooed metalcore crowd and the boundless ship-full-of-pirates revelry of underground parties and EDM have all beautifully converged in this one band and this new album. It’s for everyone on Instagram, on Twitter, or anyone with a brain and two ears.
“My dad raised me on metal, but my first serious love was hip-hop,” Ronnie explains. “When I heard Dr. Dre’s The Chronic, that’ when I fell in love. I didn’t know what the hell they were talking about, the beats were intertwined, and it came inside of me and took me over. When we added hip-hop elements I was thinking, ‘Should I do this? This sounds crazy! Are people going to like this?’ Now I’ve never been so proud of something. The final product, Fashionably Late, is the best work I’ve ever done.”
Falling In Reverse’s new music elicits vivid memories and visceral feelings that can only be summoned by warmly familiar elements from all that the best of the music world has offered before, while sounding impossibly fresh, like nothing ever released until now. Fashionably Late is exactly right on time, demonstratively declaring Falling In Reverse’s supreme understanding and mastery of modern times and poised for a breakthrough into the pop culture stratosphere. Falling In Reverse have hit upon a brilliantly contemporary zeitgeist, pouring their every artistic whim and fantasy into new songs born decisively from the iPod “shuffle” generation.