Flyleaf returned to New York City for an intimate show at the Gramercy Theater.
Former Flyleaf frontwoman Lacey Sturm has revealed her reasons for leaving the band in a new video promoting her 'The Reason' memoir.
Flyleaf have announced a fall U.S. tour that will kick off on Oct. 3 in Lubbock, Texas, and will wrap Nov. 7 in San Diego.
Sturm dedicates the book "to the one like my teenage self, who is a breath away from finding the beauty of a life worth living."
With Flyleaf's fourth studio album 'Between the Stars' set to be unleashed Sept. 16, the band has released the video for the catchy first single 'Set Me On Fire.'
Flyleaf are getting a fresh start with their fourth studio album, having just announced they've signed to Loud & Proud Records to release the effort. The band underwent a major change after issuing their 2012 disc, 'New Horizons,' as longtime vocalist Lacey Sturm left the group with Kristen May taking over as frontwoman.
While Kristen May might be best known now as the new singer for Flyleaf, she has been in the music scene for nearly a decade. She paid her dues in rock band Vedera and contributed her versatility singing and playing guitar and piano over the span of three albums before the group disbanded.