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Frank Iero Release Statement Regarding Traffic Accident, Release New Song ‘Oceans’


Frank Iero has released a statement about the recent traffic accident involving him, his band The Patience and their crew.

Frank Iero and the Patience were involved in a very unfortunate traffic accident last week in Sydney, Australia.
Besides a small tweet, no real update was giving about the state Frank Iero and his bandmates are in.
He gave a statement earlier in which he clarifies it a bit and thanks the fans for their support.
He also released a new track ‘Oceans’ which you can stream below.
Read his statement below aswell:

“Dearest frendz,

I know by now most, if not all of you, have heard the news of our unfortunate accident in Sydney last thursday… and also the fact that with heavy hearts we must cancel all upcoming tour dates for this year due to the severity of the injuries we sustained in that crash.

We can’t thank you all enough for the overwhelming flood of love and support throughout this horrific ordeal. It’s truly been amazing, and has helped us to feel not so alone even though we are stranded so far from home. There is nothing we want more than to all heal and be able to get back to our families as quick as possible.

It’s strange how an in an instant everything can change and we become fully aware of what is truly important. We have been through a lot this week… and i know none of us will ever be the same again.

As a thank you for your love and understanding i’ve decided to release one of my favorite songs from our new record, Parachutes, a little bit early. Oceans is a song about accepting love even though you are unsure if you actually deserve it… and eventually letting it surround you and drowning in a sea of it.

It feels fitting to our situation, and I hope it brings a smile to your beautiful faces.

I am unsure of what the future holds, but at least I know that my friends and I have a future… and for now that is certainly good enough for me. So here’s to those that wish us well, and those who don’t …well they can certainly catch a Sydney bus to hell.

So until we meet again friends, hold the ones you love close and keep the faith.

Forever true xofrnk”

‘Oceans’ is taken from the band’s new album, ‘Parachutes’, released October 28 via Hassle Records.
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Glenn van den Bosch