by (@unclegrambo)

The Fray’s Joe King Is Breaking Away From The Group For His First Solo Release

Joe King Of The Fray Is Going Solo

The Fray are one of the most successful piano-pop acts of the last decade, having sold well over three million copies worldwide of the three studio albums that they’ve released thus far. Their biggest hits, “How To Save A Life” and “Over My Head (Cable Car)” may have both been sung by lead singer Isaac Slade, but The Fray co-founder and guitarist Joe King co-wrote both of those tracks. King’s no stranger to singing the occasional song on his band’s albums—see “Ungodly Hour”— but on his solo debut, Breaking (out April 23), King takes control of the writing, singing, and production reins for the very first time. Read more…