Denver-based Grey's Anatomy
staple The Fray
wisely took a bit of time off after its 2005 slow-starter album, How to Save a Life
, exploded on the sales charts, radio airwaves and TV soundtracks. The band has been able to reach into nearly every corner of entertainment to promote itself, laying the foundation for a unique partnership
with TV conglomerate ABC for its upcoming self-titled sophomore release.
extreme than the last record," lead singer Isaac Slade told Billboard. "The quieter stuff is a little quieter than our last record
and the rock stuff is a little rockier. It definitely spreads the
spectrum a little bit."
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