Flyleaf Albums Ranked

Flyleaf is an American rock band formed in Belton, Texas, in 2002. The band has charted on mainstream rock, Christian pop and Christian metal genres. They performed around the United States in 2003 before releasing their eponymous debut album, Flyleaf, in 2005. The album went platinum after selling more than one million copies. Flyleaf released their second album Memento Mori on November 10, 2009; it debuted and peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard charts. Flyleaf’s third album New Horizons was released on October 30, 2012. Shortly before the album’s release, lead vocalist Lacey Sturm announced her departure. Kristen May subsequently became the new lead vocalist. May sang with the band until August 2016, when she announced her departure from the band. Here are all of Flyleaf albums ranked.

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4. Between The Stars 

“The majority of songs on here do sound like traditional Flyleaf material, but then there’s a few that are closer to her old band Vedera. It’s generally more commercial since it has lost the majority of the angst which may disappoint many fans. Personally, I really enjoy these songs and Kristen’s vocals are amazing as always.”

3. New Horizons 

“Flyleaf take a slightly different road here, surprisingly by going slightly more heavy. I personally don’t think the heaviest songs such as “Freedom” and “Green Heart” work that well for them – better to leave it to bands who do that style for a living – but the more anthemic songs sounds good.”

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2. Flyleaf 

“Very emotional alternative rock with a weird female voice. Some songs, like “Casiie”, “I’m so Sick” and “Sorrow” are huge potential hits, very strong and catchy, but my favorite is “All Around Me”. An amazing super emotional song with beautiful lyrics. It’s a part of me forever.”

1. Memento Mori 

“I thought Flyleaf’s first album was pretty good. No doubt, Lacey’s vocals mixed with the intricate guitar work and liquid melodies of this new album are just above and beyond anything the band have ever done before. For the first time I feel a connection to the lyrics and the tunes are kickass. I’d say this is my favorite female fronted rock band release this year; and that’s up against the allmighty The Pretty Wreckless.”