Falling In Reverse Release 'Coming Home' Video

04-05-2017
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Falling In Reverse

Falling in Reverse have released an out of this world music video for their track "Coming Home." The song is the title cut from the group's forthcoming album, which is set to be released this Friday, April 7th.

Frontman Ronnie Radke, who plays a lonely spaceman in the new video, had this to say, "This video is an analogy of the dichotomies between my personal life and my public life - a lonely traveler content on fulfilling the dreams he set out on, but missing out on everything he has at home. A bittersweet duality."

The band have also announced that they will be performing at a handful of upcoming music festivals including Carolina Rebellion, Rock USA, Chicago Open Air Festival and the Rise Above Fest. Watch the new video here.

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