Lacey: *gestures to Pat* He did jump off a bridge in his underwear and I was so traumatized because of how tiny his underwear was. Pat: It was great, it was on a pier looking out on the water. It was so clear. You could see all the way to the bottom. Sameer: It was beautiful. Pat: We all just ripped off our pants and jumped in. Sameer: Well, we were headed to the airport. They put our luggage in a different vehicle and so we stopped by the beach on the way to the airport 'cuz none of us had seen the beach yet. We didn't have our swimming trunks because they were with our luggage so we had to make do. *laughs* Interviewer: So pants off dance off right? Sameer: *laughs* Yeah. Lacey: Haha, yeah, it was fun.
Flyleaf Things #14 There will be 12 tracks on the new album. Some are titled "Green Heart", "Bucket Of Worms*", "New Horizons" , "Fire, Fire" , and "Good Night Old Friend" *may be Bucket of Words, I've seen different things.
Flyleaf Things #6 "I think the most important thing about screaming in our music is the urgency of it. What are you gonna do when you see your loved one about to kill themselves? You're gonna scream at them. 'I love you! What are you doing?' You're not just gonna be like, 'Ohhh, I loovee youu.' You know like Christian music. That's not the kids we're singing to." -Lacey on screaming in Flyleaf's music
Flyleaf Things #5 "We were in this tiny little place when we first started, and it was so hot in there. I don't think they had the air conditioner on. There was like 500 kids in this Christian book store in Dallas. The stage was real tiny, and we were playing a really heavy song. And then Pat I guess got overheated and just vomited right behind me. He vomits a lot--but this time he did it like right behind me but i didn't see cause I'm all like, uh, you know. *chuckles* And all the kids knew that he had thrown up, but I didn't know, and I like, stepped back, stomped my foot behind me, like stomping in his puke. *laughs* And they kids are like moving slowly back away from the stage." -Lacey on her biggest onstage messup