Fame On Fire have debuted their new single “Not Dead Yet” on Wednesday (July 22), the fourth track unveiled from their forthcoming debut album, Levels, which is slated for release on September 4th via Hopeless Records.
“‘Not Dead Yet’ is about me waking up everyday and not wanting to do anything with my life. Feeling like I don’t belong in this world. Letting my depression get the best of me. I know this but I can’t always fight through it. Feeling the weight of myself. I don’t want to end my life because I have hope,” Vocalist Bryan Kuznitz shares of the new song. “I know my anxiety doesn’t define me. And I’m going to be okay. I just have to keep going.”
The band continues to defy-genres and push the boundaries of their flawless blend of rock, hip-hop and punk, by just creating their own signature sound from being theirselves. Unpretentious, honest, and boldly brash, Fame On Fire has delivered a diverse, energetic, and emotionally-wrenching collection of songs for their debut album, Levels. Holding multiple meanings, Levels, is both about going through the motions of life, the various levels, ups and downs that all people can relate to, and about the quest to level-up and continue to progress and move forward. This dichotomy defines a band that is not willing to stand still or be complacent, but one that continuously tries to evolve their sound and craft.
“Our band exists because all of us grew up together and we each found our own ways to music, which is living and breathing inside of us,” says guitarist Blake Saul.
“Not Dead Yet” follows their previously released tracks “Her Eyes,” “Headspace ft. PoorStacy” and “Down.” All of these songs are available now and will appear on their debut album, which is available for preorder now HERE.
The band’s new album, Levels, will further prove that Fame On Fire is ready to help define a new era of rock music and showcase their staying power.