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Editors’ Notes

Kristen May took on a tough assignment in 2012 when she stepped in to replace Lacey Sturm as Flyleaf's vocalist. Rather than copy her predecessor’s explosive, raw-nerve style, May has taken a more nuanced but still hard-hitting tack, as Between the Stars successfully shows. Flyleaf’s first post-Sturm album is muscular and passionate, reaffirming old strengths while introducing some new sonic touches. The band’s songwriting is trenchant and focused, reaching for the Light while defying the forces of darkness. As lead singer, May comes across as both sweet and astringent, wailing her way through “Set Me on Fire,” “Traitor,” and similar rockers. She does even better on more restrained but still dramatic tracks like “Marionette” (an anguished cry for freedom) and “City Kids” (an emotionally conflicted childhood flashback). The recovery anthem “Sober Serenade” and the nervously exalted “Well of Lies” are particular standouts lyrically. Flyleaf keep the music varied and interesting, veering into New Romantic–like ‘80s rock on “Platonic,” tuneful folk-pop on “Head Underwater,” and galloping post-grunge on “Home.”

Customer Reviews


I've heard quite a few live tracks and the EP they put out with Kristen and while she's no Lacey she has a powerful quality to her voice I like and I'm looking forward to what this will bring for the band!!!

Incubus meets Paramore.. But needs more power

This album will literately take you between the stars as you are soaring through melodic harmonies by lead vocalist Kristen May. With a new vocalist, Flyleaf pursued a new identity to their signature sound- a indie alternative touch- Leaving the heavy metal / grunge identity behind. The nostalgia is there and is very vivid that Flyleaf lost power.. But the creativity in music writing leveled up my review to 5 stars. I'm hoping they will create full metal tracks in the future.


I'm so ready for this album! I never doubted Kristen May👊👊👏👏


Formed: 2000 in Belton, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Belton, Texas-based heavy rock quintet Flyleaf formed in 2000 when frontwoman Lacey Mosley played a string of the dark, hard-edged songs she consistently wrote as a brooding teen for drummer James Culpepper. After a brief period of playing together, they recruited guitarists Sameer Bhattacharya and Jared Hartmann, members of a local outfit that had recently called it quits. In 2002, bassist Pat Seals joined, and the band, initially known as Passerby, was born. The road to Flyleaf's 2005 self-titled...
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Between the Stars, Flyleaf
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Sep 16, 2014

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