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Falling In Reverse Tell Meanings Of Each Song On Coming Home

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Today Falling In Reverse dropped their new record ‘Coming Home’ via Epitaph Records. The album finds the band in a new style and direction than previously, making this their most sonic album yet. The band took to their facebook page via a live feed to disclose the meanings of each songs on the new record. The list and meanings have been compiled below.

Falling In Reverse- Coming Home

  1. Coming Home- “That song explains the bitter sweet feeling doing what you love but having to leave. I wrote that for my daughter and that song was two years in the making. The space theme came later.”
  2. Broken- “I wrote that song about our generation about how we are forgotten and how the internet takes away the mystic of rock stars away from being able to reach out to them so easily”
  3. Loser- “It’s about a relationship that seems to not be going your way. Tyler and I worked on this album for a long time and he is responsible for all the strings you heard and they sound amazing!”
  4. F*ck You And All Your Friends- “We made that song on accident, Ronnie’s at my place noodling around on the guitar and we decided to use it. We added a second note and a third then it took shape”
  5. I Hate Everyone- “That song is just really angry. I’m like Taylor Swift except I haven’t sold as many records. I just go for the throat with songs like with a battle rapper mentality.”
  6. I’m Bad At Life- “It’s very ironic and funny, it’s telling a girl you love her in a sarcastic way telling her you suck at life”
  7. Don’t Leave Me Hanging- “That song is awesome! Deff Blink-182 vibes, I can’t believe they got that in the mix. It’s one of my favorites, I can’t decide a favorite! They’re all good!”
  8. Superhero- “Wow! That’s a radio song! That song is about people expecting you to be a certain way and when you step out of that fantasy they either go crazy or they go crazy actually. It’s what I have learned over the years is if I do something not pleasing or wrong you never hear the end of it.”
  9. Straight To Hell- “I like to be direct, the lyrics pretty much is self explanatory”
  10. I Don’t Mind- “This song is too emotional and self explanatory as well so you will get the hint once you hear it. You gotta be honest, a lot of bands are not honest these days, while many are though some aren’t”
  11. The Departure- “It is a never ending cycle of leaving and coming back, it has a Silversun Pickups vibes to it. We were just trying to be a bit different and you can hear it with the droney vibes.”

Robert Ortiz, drummer for Escape The Fate, was also in the studio near the end. Ronnie told everyone to not get any ideas about him being  in the band. He then jokes that he has no idea why he is there. This would raise questions as Ryan Seamen departed from Falling In Reverse as well. The jokes were sort of unconvincing, but hey there is no room to even assume anything, just a fun thought process to imagine. Go pick up Falling In Reverse’s Coming Home today and support the band! You can check the full stream via the Falling In Reverse facebook page below:

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Join me in the studio to listen to our new album Coming Home.If you like what you hear, pick up the album at fallinginreverse.com!

Posted by Falling In Reverse on Friday, April 7, 2017

Trenton started working with Southeast Pit Report in late 2014. Since then, he has interviewed many bands of all sizes and started the Straight Out The Pit podcast. As of Feb 2017, he began writing for The Sickest. @southeast_trent for twitter and IG!