Falling in Reverse Release Piano-Driven Version of ‘I’m Not a Vampire’


Falling in Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke pictured with a vibrant red background.

Falling In Reverse – Story by Charles Ken, photo by Nick Fancher

Watch Falling in Reverse’s cinematic new music video for “I’m Not a Vampire,” featuring Paige from the WWE

Falling in Reverse has released a reimagined version of the group’s song, “I’m Not a Vampire.” The new track, called “I’m Not a Vampire (Revamped),” takes the heavy, plugged-in 2011 songs and turns it into a piano-heavy ballad with a full orchestra.

Falling in Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke says “I’m Not a Vampire (Revamped)” was over 10 years in the making. It dates back to his days in prison.

“I wrote the original song, while sitting inside a maximum security prison, about drug addiction,” Radke said in a statement. “I always believed songs such as this one had more to offer than its original form, so I wanted to give fans a new perspective and redefine who I am when it comes to expressing myself and being creative.”

“I’m Not a Vampire (Revamped)” is available now via digital outlets. The band has also released a music video for the song featuring Saraya-Jade Bevis, aka Paige, from WWE fame. The cinematic music video can be viewed below via YouTube.

In other news, Falling In Reverse have also announced “Live From the Unknown,” which they’re calling “an immersive livestream experience.” The event will offer two completely different concerts with unique set lists happening over two Friday nights in April.

“‘Live From the Unknown’ is a two-part event I have created that has never been done,” Radke said. “It’s two shows on separate nights with added elements that you just have to see to understand. Me trying to explain it now would ruin the live experience and also wouldn’t do it justice. Make sure you grab your tickets cause it probably will never happen like this again!”

For information on “Live From the Unknown,” head to FallinginReverse.com.

Falling In Reverse’s latest single, “Popular Monster,” sat at No. 1 on the rock radio charts, as well as a handful of other charts, for several weeks in 2020. “Popular Monster” was the first No.1 single of the group’s career.

Charles Ken
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