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.
The Fray joined PopCrush in New York to perform ‘Love Don’t Die,’ the first single off of the band's fourth studio album, ‘Helios.’ The pop-rock group hasn’t lost their touch since their 2005 highly-acclaimed ‘How to Save a Life’ debut, and this exclusive performance proves it.
In case you're still trying to make plans to go out on New Year's Eve, here's something that might just make you decide to stay home instead: live performances by Ariana Grande, Capital Cities, Daughtry and the Fray!
Sounds like the Fray took "March Madness" to heart. The Colorado-based band performed the National Anthem at the NCAA championship game last night, and their unique interpretation of the song earned them rather mixed reactions.