Falling in Reverse has shared the video for the new song “Zombified.” Watch it below.
Since its premiere at iHeartRadio last week, “Zombified” has exploded across platforms. It has tallied over 3.4 million streams and landed over 67 editorial playlist adds on DSPs — including seven covers. It became the number one rock song on iTunes and number 10 on YouTube’s trending page. After three days of airplay, the song charted at number 36 on the Mediabase Active Rock Chart and was the number one greatest gainer of the week.
“I wrote ‘Zombified’ about how sensitive society has gotten, in my opinion,” singer Ronnie Radke said. “I think we all need to learn to laugh a little more. I pulled out all the stops for the ‘Zombified’ video, for the fans, YouTube reactors and all people alike.”
The song will appear on the band’s forthcoming digital EP, titled “Neon Zombie.” Stay tuned for more details about this release.
Falling in Reverse will hit the road and return to the stage this month. The band’s “Live from the Unknown: the Tour” headline run kicks off on Jan. 13, 2022, in Atlanta and runs through Feb. 4 in Los Angeles. The tour will feature support from Wage War, Hawthorne Heights and Jeris Johnson. Tickets are available here. All dates are below.
In other Falling in Reverse news, the band’s number one single “Popular Monster” has earned platinum status. It has been streamed over 156 million times and has emerged as one of the biggest songs of the new decade.
1/13 — Atlanta, GA — The Tabernacle#
1/14 — Nashville, TN — Marathon Music Works#
1/15 — Cincinnati, OH — ICON
1/17 — Pittsburgh, PA — Stage AE
1/18 — Silver Spring, MD — The Fillmore
1/19 — Philadelphia, PA — The Fillmore
1/21 — Boston, MA — Tsongas Center
1/22 — New York, NY — Hammerstein
1/24 — Detroit, MI — The Fillmore
1/25 — Chicago, IL — Aragon Ballroom
1/26 — Minneapolis, MN — The Fillmore*#
1/28 — Kansas City, MO — The Uptown Theatre#
1/29 — Oklahoma City, OK — Diamond Ballroom#
1/30 — Dallas, TX — Southside Ballroom
2/1 — Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren#
2/4 — Los Angeles, CA — The Palladium
*No Wage War