The Fray visited PopCrush to discuss their new album 'Helios,' the single 'Love Don't Die,' the advice that Adam Duritz gave lead singer Isaac Slade and more at their Off the Record session.
The Fray recently sat down with us for PopCrush’s Off the Record series, performing a set comprised of several new songs from their most recent album ‘Helios’ and one very personal Ben Folds cover.
When The Fray performed their hit 'Heartbeat' exclusively for PopCrush's 'Off the Record' video series, the band delivered an emotional performance, taking advantage of the intimate, stripped-down setting to riff on the tune and slightly change up the pacing of the song -- one of the marks of a true live performer. But the band also took the time to explain the meaning behind the song, and its origin may surprise you.
There's a feud brewing between the frontmen of two alt rock bands and it's all over a diss about the fans.
The Fray frontman Isaac Slade has gone on record to say that he would like to clock The Killers' vocalist Brandon Flowers for trashing his band's fans for their demeanor during gigs.