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release “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head“.  releases their latest single/video with all the rock/ requirements. music brings precision sound between rock and creating an aligned beat and rhythm. Fire Follows “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” once again takes their fans on a rocking course with their driving melodies and fresh nu-metal. “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” stays in your ear and plays oh so very well.

” ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ is an anthemic, hard-rock ballad style song from Fire Follows. The utilization of heavy scream elements, in addition to the piano/string/orchestral components, make this a truly unique and compelling track for the rising nu-metal band. The lyrical message centers around the torment and angst one can face after suffering tremendous loss. The opening lines in the chorus read, “I can’t get you out of my head – In spite of the monster you are”, illuminating the tug of war that is often associated with loss and letting go.” 

Pictured from L to R. : Backing Vox/Screams, : Lead Vox/Guitar/Keys, : Drums, : (Not Pictured) Vox/Rap

Make no mistake; the Colorado-based Fire Follows is here on business. Founded, crafted, and led by vocalist, musician, producer, and writer , the band delivers a melodic, yet heavy rock sound that is defined by anthemic choruses, beautiful piano interludes, and the perfect blend of rap/scream/sing vocals. In an effort to build a dynamic band that is capable of touring in 2021, Chris brought in seasoned musicians (sing/rap), (drums), and his brother (harmony/scream). Their influence can be immediately felt on the newest “Glass Grenade” release, showcasing Tim’s gospel/soul-inspired vocal stylings, Emily’s dynamic and precise drumming techniques, and Tyler’s rich harmony/backing vocals. Fire Follows gained tremendous industry attention with the “If It’s War You Want” EP release in 2019, and expects that trend to continue with the 5 song “Glass Grenade” released in 2020. The songs demonstrate Chris’s ever-evolving writing style, and with radio-ready production quality, are sure to cut through the industry noise. The sophomore release utilizes more scream vocals than its predecessor, and the addition of Tim, Emily, and Tyler has taken the overall sound to a whole new level. The hooky choruses are sure to produce multiple hits and will be enjoyed by fans from pop, classical, and country genres, in addition to traditional hard-rock/metal fans.
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