As part of Fuse Live: The Fray Presented by TaxSlayer.com, Denver rockers The Fray performed an intimate, exclusive live show at the Fuse studios. In addition to classic hits like "Over My Head (Cable Car)" and "How to Save a Life," the quartet performed their single "Love Don't Die" off their upcoming studio album, Helios. Armed with a tambourine, drums, a keyboard, and guitars, The Fray had the packed room rocking along with them.
The band recently sat down with Fuse to chat about Helios and what fans can expect to hear. "The first three records were a little darker and a little word contemplative," frontman Isaac Slade explained. Guitarist Joe King added that Helios is "a lot brighter than Scars and Stories" due to the band experiencing more positive events in their own lives.
Watch The Fray's exclusive performance above, and be sure to visit Fuse Live: The Fray Presented by TaxSlayer.com for even more show highlights.