Falling In Reverse are a force of nature, a scene band poised to break out of
that scene and into the hearts of anyone who likes loud guitar and rock
swagger. Fronted by charismatic singer and songwriter Ronnie Radke, Falling
In Reverse have taken themselves to the next level and beyond with
Fashionably Late, an album that combines their classic hard-edged sound with
pop, EDM and even some hip-hop influences. One listen to first single
“Alone” tells the whole story: a huge electrohouse opening, followed by
Ronnie’s flowing rap verses, and a huge singalong pop chorus, with a
breakdown straight out of the Lil Wayne playbook closing things down.
Produced by Elvis Baskette, who helmed the band’s best-selling debut, and
mixed by Grammy-winning pop mastermind Chris Lord Alge (U2, Green Day,
Paramore, My Chemical Romance), Fashionably Late is the moment we’ve
seen for bands like My Chemical Romance and Paramore: when a scene band
steps into the spotlight and becomes a national phenomenon.