Ignite The Fire

“We know this year has been really difficult for a lot of people,” says Jack Gurecki, singer for Ignite The Fire.

But heading into 2021, Ignite The Fire is offering a salve for your emotional wounds in the form of their new highly anticipated album, The Fallout, releasing March 5th.

The first single, Unstoppable, has paved the way for The Fallout, receiving airplay across the US and even overseas. Not surprising then that, “Unstoppable was our fastest streamed song,” says Holly Smith, bassist. “Clearly the fans are hungry for new music,” she adds with a chuckle.

The band describes The Fallout as a journey – finding oneself in a dark place and figuring out where to go from there. Sound familiar? No doubt, it will speak to countless fans as they struggle with the obstacles now facing us – from a pandemic to civil unrest.

“We feel like 2021 is the perfect time to release this album,” says Caelan Gregory, drummer. “This is the album that’s really going to speak to what people are feeling. It’s going to help them express their emotions.”

From the rhythmic and intensifying power of When Giants Fall to the uplifting and hope-inspiring anthem of Not Alone, the album with its nine songs is, “our most diverse and mature sound yet,” says Michael Nelson, guitarist. “Some of the songs are darker, heavier, but we also explore the side of us that writes softer music.”

“We put our heart and soul into this music and we can’t wait for everyone to hear it,” says Mark Quinn, guitarist.

And the world will have a chance to experience The Fallout when it releases March 5th on all digital platforms and physically through the band’s website

Ignite The Fire – Unstoppable

Ignite The Fire – Lazarus

Ignite The Fire – Criticize

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