Flyleaf Premiere 'Set Me On Fire' Video Today

Flyleaf Premiere 'Set Me On Fire' Video Today

FLYLEAF--the five-piece, multi-platinum alternative rock band--have premiered their brand new video for "Set Me On Fire" today, Tuesday, July 29. Watch the clip and read the Q&A with FLYLEAF on Billboard.com HERE.

"Set Me On Fire" marks the first single from their fourth studio album, BETWEEN THE STARS, set for releaseSeptember 16 on Loud & Proud Records. Starting today, BETWEEN THE STARS is available for pre-order oniTunes HERE.

The video for "Set Me On Fire" was directed by Noel Maitland (Speechless, Kings of Summer) in an abandoned warehouse in downtown Los Angeles.

FLYLEAF--KRISTEN MAY (vocals), SAMEER BHATTACHARYA (guitars), JARED HARTMANN (guitars), PAT SEALS (bass), JAMES CULPEPPER (drums)--recorded BETWEEN THE STARS in Los Angeles with producerDon Gilmore (Pearl Jam, Linkin Park, Bullet For My Valentine, Avril Lavigne). The band will announce a fall U.S. tour soon.

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About FLYLEAF

FLYLEAF has consistently dominated the Active, Alternative and Mainstream rock charts throughout their career. They released the eponymous debut album, Flyleaf, in 2005 which went platinum and spawned the singles"I'm So Sick," "Fully Alive," and the smash "All Around Me," which sold over one million digital downloads,was a Top 20 hit at Top 40 radio and won the BMI Pop Award. Their second album Memento Mori was released in late 2009 and debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard charts, featuring the singles "Again" and "Missing." Their third album New Horizons was released in late 2012. After months of touring the world with the new line-up addition of KRISTEN MAY on vocals, FLYLEAF released a new EP Who We Are in 2013 which featured the song"Something Better" with P.O.D. frontman Sonny Sandoval on vocals. They've shared the stage with Korn, Deftones, Stone Sour, Evanescence and many more. Conscious of constantly giving back, they played special shows for American troops stationed in Afghanistan as well as Okinawa, Japan.