Ronnie Ficarro’s new single will have you begging for more new music!

Posted: May 24, 2014 in Entertainment, music, New Music, New Release, Pop, Pop Punk, rock, Singer, Songwriter
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With the departure of Ronnie Ficarro of Falling in Reverse and Max Green‘s introduction as the new bassist, it just means we get to hear new music by Ronnie! Ronnie wasted no time in giving us all a taste of his solo project as he released an amazing new track. Reminds me of my favorite quote:

Do not go where the path may lead, 

go instead where there is no path

and leave a trail” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

 Ronnie Ficarro released his song, Runaway and it is amazing! It has a very punk pop feel with a rock edge. Vocals are engaging, complete with emotionally driven lyrics and is a very catchy tune. It really leaves me begging for more new music by Mr. Ficarro! The song really highlights the talent of Ronnie and his stellar songwriting skills. Some of my favorite lyrics of the song are:

“Hoping and I’m praying I’ll face my fears

Find what I’ve been looking for all these years”

Check out the song here on Spotify:


or you can check it out here:


Now that we got you hooked, head over to iTunes and pick it up and add it to your daily playlist! We really are excited to see what Ronnie has in store for us and hope it brings a complete album. For now, make sure to visit his social media sites so you can stay up to date on his latest news. We will see if we can bring you an interview with Ronnie to discuss his new music.

~ Marisol

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  1. I totally agree with your description of the song’s sound! and, I’m really happy for him for following his dreams!! I am sad that he left FIR but I am happy that Max is there now, I feel he needs to be in a band that isn’t as toxic, and that supports his sobriety

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