Blue October frontman Justin Furstenfeld has another album's worth of guts to spill. The band recently released new single "Bleed Out" with an album, Sway, to follow on August 20.
The landing page on the band's websitepoints toward the crowdsourced fundraising site Pledge Music, through which Blue October financed their latest album. Despite the platinum success of their memorable ballad "Hate Me" and the album it came from (Foiled in 2006) , Blue October was already three albums deep with Universal Music at the time. Band and label parted ways when later material didn't perform as well. Regardless of commercial success, any rabid Blue October fan will tell you how deeply they connect with Justin's lyrics and how hard Blue October delivers in a live setting whether it's a full band show or one of Justin's gripping, stripped down performances.
Anyways, Blue October fans came through to fund Sway big time. Blue October almost doubled their goal, but the page is still active and many cool incentives are still available. Who doesn't want to be a VIP fan for life for $75,000?
The only stream I could find is subtitled in Spanish, but here's "Bleed Out"
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