The track comes from his 2019 album 'Barriers'.
Frank has been very busy.
Frank talks all things 'Barriers' in a feature from this summer.
“In a lot of ways 2019 is going to be one of those years that I remember for the rest of my life."
“I would be the kid who’d go into school listening to the blues”.
“Along the way you just meet people who are doing incredible things.”
“It’s a high that you’ll chase forever when it goes right.”
"The people that know me and truly get it, they’re in the know, and they get where I’m coming from with things." - Frank Iero.
Time to shake things up.
It's one of the biggest albums in modern history - but don't just take our word for it.
Plus, who were his biggest teenage musical heroes?
Not cool, guys.
Refunds are available.
The track is taken from his recent album 'Barriers'.
We catch up with Frank backstage at 2000 Trees Festival.
The third and final day of 2000 Trees Festival saw a headline set from Deaf Havana, Every Time I Die playing 'Hot Damn' in full, Frank Iero And The Future Violents, and sets from Lotus Eater, Can't Swim, The Bottom Line and more.
Frank Iero And The Future Violents (the third iteration of Frank Iero's band) made their UK debut at 2000 Trees Festival overnight, and Corinne Cumming shot all the action.
"And I promise that I'm not okay, (Oh, wait, that's the other guy)".
Having performed on the tour several times as part of My Chemical Romance, it only made sense that Frank Iero would return for the event's 25th anniversary show in Atlantic City. Maggie Friedman was down the front to capture all the action of The Future Violents set.
Frank opens up about attending the tour he would later perform at with My Chemical Romance.