Having just completed four Canadian tour dates with Dream Theater, FALSET featuring
Zach Copeland (Vocals/Guitar), Riley Fields (Bass) and Chance LaBrie (Drums), son of
Dream Theater’s James LaBrie, just released their new single “Love Me Like My Demons Do” today!
Chance LaBrie declares “What a stellar way to end a tour – dropping our new single, ‘Love Me Like My Demons Do’, out now! It was amazing to be out on the road playing in front of music fans. It’s been way too long! We couldn’t be more thrilled with the positive response from the crowds on this last tour with Dream Theater, and we can’t wait to get back out on the road again. We hope you enjoy our newest track.”
FALSET shares, “‘Love Me Like My Demons Do’ is an awesome follow up to our first single, ‘Lullabies’. It maintains the core tenets of FALSET, but pushes the envelope even further as we express FALSET’s new and improved sound. Filled with hook after hook, and a tasty breakdown – it’s very easy to get stuck in your head, and serves as a tip of the hat to our metal roots, fitting into the context of our new album, Monarch seamlessly. ‘Love me like my demons do’ – the line has a hidden, but equally straightforward meaning: everybody has regrets, everybody has weaknesses, everybody has struggles, but through all of it everyone needs to see past the negative and find those beautiful parts that give people reason to love themselves, and receive the happiness they deserve. The ‘demons’ in our lives are things that may be dragging us down, but they were there for us at the right time, when we needed them, to get us to where we are now. There’s no going back, anyways.”
Canadian rock band, FALSET, released their debut album, We Follow or Lead the Way, in October of 2020 to a tremendous response. The band have been together unofficially for six years now, since their high school days, and officially since their first EP release in 2018. These guys have shown strong work ethic, dedication, and have made FALSET’s success their main goal. Since 2018, they have seen steady growth and a rapidly expanding fan base. FALSET is comprised of primary songwriters Zach Copeland (Vocals/Guitar), Riley Fields (Bass) and Chance LaBrie (Drums), son of Dream Theater’s James LaBrie.
FALSET puts tremendous thought and energy into their live sets. Having fine-tuned their performance playing over a hundred shows in Ontario clubs, as well as some notable venues and events such as: Vans Warped Tour 2018 (Full Sail Stage), The Opera House in Toronto (supporting All That Remains), Mod Club, Sneaky Dee’s, and Hard Luck Bar in Toronto, Ontario.
FALSET has been featured on some of Spotify’s biggest metal playlists,
with over 100,000 monthly listeners after dropping their debut album in 2020 and now more than