Ladies and Gentlemen, Falling In Reverse is back and better than ever! On February 24, 2015, Falling In Reverse will be releasing their third studio album, Just Like You. The band decided to stream it prior to release, and had promised that this one was closer to their debut album, The Drug In Me Is You in sound. They stuck true to their word, and may have arguably made an album better than that even.
This entire album is incredible, filled with power, amusement, emotion, ect. You name it, this album has it. Its hard to claim a favorite, as its all wonderful, but we were able to pick a couple favorites.
"Sexy Drug", however is reminiscent of "Good Girls Like Bad Guys", as its catchy, sexual, and has a little bit of humor thrown in all at once. Considering the lyric, "Sexy girl, i just fell in love. You should try it, its a hell of a drug. Like O-M-G, you make me come-come- complete." Everyone knows where their brains went, and its a genius implication.
The title track, "Just Like You" is also highly unique as well. The intro for it sounds almost as if it s a cover of a Disney song. Except a Disney song would not be saying, "I am aware I'm an asshole. I really don't care about all that though. I am living my life the way that I want to, and you really can't deny that I'm just like you." Its a killer song, and probably will remind people that everyone is living their own lives. You are living your own life, not someone else's, and someone else doesn't have to like the way you live your life. Because its your life, not theirs.
Other tracks that greatly stood out for us were, "Chemical Prisoner", "Get Me Out" and the lead single, "God, If You Are Above."
Falling In Reverse has truly out done themselves -bravo, and congratulations! Remember that you can still pre-order the album, and that it will be out on February 24. You can listen to the entire thing now, and believe us -you will not be disappointed.
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