The Fray Release New Song and Benefit News

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The Fray might always been known as that band that gave Grey’s Anatomy their theme song, but that doesn’t mean that’s where they end. Today, the band have revealed a brand new song titled, “Love Don’t Die.” The song debuted on radio yesterday, but the song will go on sale on iTunes on October 21.

The new song will be featured on the band’s upcoming fourth album which is still untitled. One thing that is official is the fact that the album is scheduled to hit stores on January 14, 2014; the audio video for the song can be heard below.

The Colorado-based band not only released the new song, but it was  also announced that they will be joining forces with Dave Matthews, members of the Lumineers, Nathaniel Ratelff and many others for “Colorado Rising: A Benefit for Flood Relief.” The show is scheduled to take place on October 27 at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield and all proceeds from the show will go to help out the victims of the Colorado flood that took place last month.

“Coloradans unite during crisis – so does the music community. We are thrilled so many musicians are coming together for this flood relief benefit concert,” said Gov. John Hickenlooper in an AEG Live and Live Nation news release.

Tickets for the concert range from  $65-$125 and go on sale October 18, but like it was stated earlier, all proceeds go to those affected by the storms.

2 Comments

    • I really hope it’s good as well. I’m also still waiting for them to go on tour with OneRepublic. During a Q&A session I got to sit in on, they said they would love to do that.

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