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Fame on Fire

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Suicide (The Lovers) Fame on Fire 03:37
You Proof Fame on Fire 02:36
Creepin’ Fame on Fire 02:58
Nightmare (The Devil) Fame on Fire 03:21
Plastic Heart Fame on Fire 03:03
XO TOUR Llif3 Fame on Fire 03:10
Welcome to the Chaos (feat. Spencer Charnas of Ice Nine Kills) Fame on Fire, Ice Nine Kills 03:29
Everybody (Backstreet's Back) Fame on Fire 03:08
Without Me Fame on Fire 03:49
Paper Crown Dark Divine, Fame on Fire, Bryan Kuznitz 02:53

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Vocalist Bryan Kuznitz, guitarist Blake Saul, bassist Paul Spirou, and drummer Alex Roman formed Fame on Fire in 2013 in Palm Beach, Florida. Although the bandmates would eventually score a string of Top 40 singles on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart during the early 2020s, they first rose to prominence as a cover band, reinterpreting songs by pop artists as hard-hitting, heavy metal bangers. Fame on Fire's aggressive versions of The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights," Flo Rida's "Hello Friday," and Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" helped build an audience, but it was their cover of Adele's power ballad "Hello" that truly put them on the map, with the song's accompanying music video earning more than 30 million views on YouTube alone. They began focusing on original material in 2016, the same year they released the five-song EP Transitions. A full-length album, Levels, followed in 2020 and featured "Headspace," a duet with the emo-rap act POORSTACY. The song became Fame on Fire's first radio hit, reaching number 34 on the Mainstream Rock chart and paving the way for more hits. Welcome to the Chaos followed in 2022, with the tracks "Plastic Heart" and "Welcome To the Chaos" charting at numbers 29 and 16, respectively. Two years later, Fame on Fire returned to the Mainstream Rock chart with "Nightmare (The Devil)," which reached number 27 and doubled and doubled as the first release from the band's third album.