Lacey Mosley is the vocalist from Flyleaf, a Texas alt-rock band that's gearing up for their detik tahun on Korn's Family Values tour. Kidzworld sat down to chat with the southern rocker about life on the road as a rising rock star.
Sindy: So you're just wrapping up the Justice & Mercy Tour? How are anda feeling? Lacey Mosley: I feel great.
Sindy: What were the highlights of this latest tour? Lacey Mosley: I guess that we got to play with people we really wanted to play with. Like, there were a couple of bands that got to tour with us that were from our state, and it was really cool to bring...
BIO: While many loud rockers reopen old wounds oleh bernyanyi about their broken homes and broken hearts, Flyleaf confront past traumas to heal old scars and prove in the process that hope shines brighter than despair.
Flyleaf's self-titled debut album echoes with songs about abuse, neglect, addiction and dysfunction, and messages about overcoming adversity. And the band's wide array of brooding beats, atmospheric textures and lunging riffs compliment Mosley's emotionally revealing lyrics, which range from breathy and beautiful to scathing and aggressive.
When did anda first realize anda wanted to sing atau be in a band?
My mother did, I'm still deciding actually. Really? Well the thing was, my mom was a musician and we were really poor growing up so I never thought this was really possible. So when it all happened it was like...You never know what's going to happen tomorrow so I never thought I would do this for real. I did it for fun, anda know? It all happened.
How would anda describe your band's sound?
I guess we're kind of like a heavier, darker kind of rock. I don't really know. We try to make the musik correspond to whatever the story is in the...