After wrapping up a successful North American tour opening for Zero 9:36 and their latest single “Plastic Heart” crashing in to the Top 40 at Active Rock radio, Florida rockers Fame on Fire have released the acoustic performance of their latest single. The band – comprised of Bryan Kuznitz (vocals), Blake Saul (guitarist), Paul Spirou (bass), and Alex Roman (drums) – released “Plastic Heart (Acoustic)” as a streaming exclusive after fans experienced it live during their recent tour stop in Colorado Springs. The band was forced to play acoustic after their drummer Alex was diagnosed with pneumonia and had to miss a few shows to recover. As fan reaction to the live acoustic version grew, the band decided to record it officially leading to its release worldwide.
“We wanted to show the other side of the song, the acoustic version hits different – it’s actually more of a sad situation than a fuck you situation when someone just up and leaves and completely changes who they are leaving you feeling empty,” explains Fame on Fire.
2022 is setting up to be another landmark year for Florida rockers Fame on Fire. The band recently released a music video for their track “Lost In Doubt.” The song has become a fan favorite on tour and the band went through a collection of old home footage for the video. The video is a visual history of the evolution of the band from their early days learning to present day success.
The band will be touring extensively in 2022 to support the new singles. Recently wrapping up a 29-stop tour with Zero 9:36, Fame on Fire was recently announced as support opening for Starset this Spring. The band is also opening select dates on the Trinity of Terror Tour as well as various festival and radio show performances with other dates to be announced. Tickets for all upcoming shows can be found at: https://www.fameonfireband.com.
Leaving absolutely nothing on the table, Fame on Fire have set out to prove they are more than just a cover band. The band strives to be genre-defying while pushing the boundaries of the relationship between rock, hip hop, and heavy music, by unapologetically being themselves. Showcasing their musical abilities, Bryan Kuznitz (vocals), Blake Saul (guitarist), Paul Spirou (bass), and Alex Roman (drums) self-produced, tracked, and mixed their debut album Levels on their own, in the studio they built, laboring over every lyric, chord, beat, and riff, and painstakingly polishing every track. Holding multiple meanings, Levels is both about going through the motions of life, the various levels, ups and downs that all people can relate to, and about the quest to level-up and continue to progress and move forward. This dichotomy defines a band that is not willing to stand still or be complacent, but one that continuously tries to evolve their sound and craft.