The Fray's New Video Hits ABC's Airwaves and Features A Yamaha Piano

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Dec. 1, 2008) — The Grammy Award winning four-piece piano rock band The Fray, led by Yamaha artist Isaac Slade, is gearing up to release their latest self-titled album, and a promo video debuting their new single is making a significant splash thanks to a collaboration with the network station ABC.

Yamaha Corporate Artist Affairs, Inc. provided a C7 grand piano for the shoot of the new single, "You Found Me," which was filmed in Chicago earlier this fall. ABC partnered with Epic Records to create a promotional video that combines pieces of The Fray's new video along with exclusive scenes from the upcoming season of the hit show Lost.

The Fray
The Fray
Debuting on Nov. 20 during an episode of Grey's Anatomy, the video has been airing on the network station as well as during movie previews and on ABC's website, and it is available to buy on iTunes.

This is the second time The Fray has teamed up with ABC to provide a promo score for one of their television series and the second connection to Grey's Anatomy. In 2006, The Fray attached their popular hit "How to Save a Life" to the medical drama series.

Rooting from their successful debut album How To Save a Life (2005), the self-titled sophomore effort will drop on Feb. 3, 2009. The Fray has also released their upcoming tour dates, beginning with a show Dec. 13 in Vail, Co.

Tour dates:
Vail, CO
Englewood, CO
Minneapolis, MN
Chicago, IL
Detroit, MI
Toronto, ON
Boston, MA
Philadelphia, PA
Washington, DC
New York, NY
Ford Park
Gothic Theatre
First Avenue
Metro/Smart Bar
St. Andrews Hall
Phoenix Concert Theatre
Wilbur Theatre
Theatre of the Living Arts
9:30 Club
Webster Hall
The Fray's New Video Hits ABC's Airwaves and Features A Yamaha Piano
YCAA Lent a C7 to the new music video to "You Found Me," which is doubling as part of a promo video for the hit show Lost