Falling in Reverse are getting their music out there to fans around the world ... and perhaps beyond. In the group's latest video for the song "Coming Home," singer Ronnie Radke is sent spinning through space as an astronaut hoping to make his way home.

It's a beautifully shot video with the solitary spaceman often serving as a minuscule figure against the backdrop of the darkened star-filled sky and colorful planets he's passing on his journey. For a majority of the clip, all we see is the space suit until nearly the end of the video when Radke's face is shown as the person navigating his way back to Earth.

The singer states, "This video is an analogy of the dichotomies between my personal life and my public life — a lonely traveler content on fulfilling the dreams he set out on, but missing out on everything he has at home. A bittersweet duality."

Starting with a solitary piano part, the song morphs into a more atmospheric track with the power of Radke's words fueling the cut. The emotion of the song is fully translated to the listener.

The astronaut theme seems to tie into the new record as its been used in artwork for the Coming Home disc. The band's fourth album is due this Friday (April 7) via Epitaph Records. The title track comes on the heels of the previously released tracks "Loser" and "Broken." If you like what you hear, the album is currently available to pre-order via a variety of platforms at the band's website.

Look for Falling in Reverse returning to the road soon. The group currently has four festival shows on the books with appearances at Carolina Rebellion, Rock USA, Chicago Open Air and the Rise Above Fest scheduled, but you can expect more dates to come. Keep track of their touring at the band's website.

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