May 132018
 

Former Flyleaf singer Lacey Sturm will release her third book on May 22. Titled “The Return: Reflections On Loving God Back” is intended to help people “see each day as a gift from God, find balance in their busy lives and discover the joy of giving God’s gifts back to him by using them to bring him glory.”

Speaking about why she wrote the book, Lacey said in a video message (see below): “When I first started writing books, somebody asked me, ‘What would you say if you only had one thing to say to the world. And the first thing I wanted to say I spoke about in my first book, [2014’s] ‘The Reason’, and it was about my encounter with God and finding life worth living. And the second thing I wanted to say was about romance and all of the poor choices I made and how I ended up coming into such a redemptive love story, and I wrote about that in [2016’s] ‘The Mystery’, my second book. And then the third thing I wanted to say I write about in ‘The Return’, and it just talks about bringing your heart back to God and your life to God in response to his love for us, and what that looks like when you follow your dreams, when you steward your inspiration and make the most with what’s right in front of you. It’s about answering your calling, it’s about pursuing your purpose and just loving him back with each day that we’re given. He’s given us so much, and what are we gonna give him in return? So that’s why I wrote ‘The Return’, and that’s kind of what it’s about.” Continue reading »

Sep 242016
 

lacey_sturm_2016_898In a brand new interview with RockRevolt Magazine, ex-Flyleaf frontwoman Lacey Sturm was asked if there is chance that she could reunite with her former bandmates now that they have parted ways with their singer of the past four years, Kristen May. She responded (hear audio below): “Well, you know, I feel like I’m the kind of person that I think so much happened that I never in a million years thought would happen, so I’ve learned to quit saying ‘never.’ But at the same time, I’m a really present person.”

She continued: “I don’t have any plans for that, but then again, you never know. I don’t know… [Laughs] They haven’t called me. And I don’t have any plans [to go back].”

Two years ago, Sturm opened up about some of the reasons why she quit Flyleaf in the fall of 2012, shortly before the release of its third album, “New Horizons”. She said that several events, including getting married, having a baby and enduring the death of the band’s sound engineer Rich Caldwell changed her priorities. Continue reading »

Sep 022016
 

lacey_sturm_2016_898Former Flyleaf Singer Lacey Sturm‘s music video ‘Rot’ was released on Aug. 25th. This is the first video from her debut solo album, “Life Screams”, which was released on February 12 via Followspot Records with The Fuel Music distribution. The video can be seen below.

Says Lacey: “‘Rot’ is one of my favorite songs from the ‘Life Screams’ album and we had an amazing time making the video. I hope it brings new freedom to the soul and new life to the hearts of all who watch it.”

Writing alone, as well as with husband/guitarist Josh Sturm, Skillet‘s Korey Cooper and Grammy Award-winning writer and producer David Hodges, Lacey created a record that is the sonic successor to Flyleaf‘s celebrated self-titled debut (which spent a staggering 133 weeks on The Billboard 200 chart). Continue reading »

Mar 052016
 

lacey_sturm_2015_792Former Flyleaf vocalist Lacey Sturm has released a new video for her latest solo single, ‘Impossible’. The clip, which was filmed on February 4 at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California, is a mixture of commentary on “Impossible” and live performance.

‘Impossible’ is taken from Lacey‘s debut solo album, “Life Screams”, which was released on February 12 via Followspot Records with The Fuel Music distribution.

Writing alone, as well as with husband/guitarist Josh Sturm, Skillet‘s Korey Cooper and Grammy Award-winning writer and producer David Hodges, Lacey created a record that is the sonic successor to Flyleaf‘s celebrated self-titled debut (which spent a staggering 133 weeks on The Billboard 200 chart). Continue reading »

Jan 052016
 

lacey_sturm_2015_792Four years following her departure from Flyleaf, the vocalist and songwriter who delivered rock anthems like ‘Again’, ‘All Around Me’, ‘I’m So Sick’ and ‘Fully Alive’  to the top of the retail and radio charts, Lacey Sturm, has announced that her debut solo album, “Life Screams”, will be released on February 12 via Followspot Records with The Fuel Music distribution.

Writing alone, as well as with husband/guitarist Josh Sturm, Skillet‘s Korey Cooper and Grammy Award-winning writer and producer David Hodges, Lacey created a record that is the sonic successor to Flyleaf‘s celebrated self-titled debut (which spent a staggering 133 weeks on The Billboard 200 chart).

“In the beginning, Flyleaf really centered around my story and vision,” says Lacey. “This new project continues that narrative in a cohesive way.” Continue reading »