Bring Me The Horizon wrapped up their visually and aurally-enthralling Threesome Tour at the Fillmore Miami Beach, and along with Poppy and Sleeping With Sirens, it offered an audio, and most of all, visual experience like no other.
Maryland rockers Good Charlotte, along with supporting acts Sleeping With Sirens and Knuckle Puck, made a stop at Toronto’s Rebel during their rad “Generation RX Tour”.
Florida rockers Sleeping With Sirens stopped at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto on their “Gossip World Tour,” along with opening act Set It Off who also hail from Florida.
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The crowd was super-amped for Epitaph Records punk-rockers Sleeping With Sirens at the Madison Square Garden Theater on November 24th.
Supporting their new Epitaph Records full-length, Madness, we spoke with Sleeping With Sirens guitarist and vocalist Nick Martin during a recent NYC show. He shared am awesome Tales of Touring Terror story which also features Nick’s cousin, Pierce the Veil’s drummer, Mike Fuentes.
After stepping down as Sleeping With Sirens’ rhythm guitar player, Jesse Lawson has embarked on a new musical journey.
Sleeping With Sirens embarked on a co-headlining tour with Pierce The Veil giving fans everything they could ever want!
I would like to preface this review with a warning: I am a total Kellin Quinn fangirl. This may or may not skew my opinion of this album. If you’re familiar with Sleeping With Sirens’ previous two studio albums, you probably anticipated that the third album would either be harder/heavier, or go more pop from their post-hardcore/pop-punk roots. Depending on your personal preference, either one could result in either a “Yippy!” or a “OMG… F!!! WHY!?”
The Vans Warped tour brings together many musicians from different genres at times leading to unexpected collaborations between the artists. One such collaboration that was born out of Warped Tour is between post-hardcore band Sleeping With Sirens and critically acclaimed rapper Machine Gun Kelly. On May 20th, Sleeping with Sirens released their song “Alone” featuring the Cleveland rapper. The song was recorded for their newest release, Feel, and is a perfect example of how Sleeping With Sirens are expanding their musical sound and evolving as a band.
On July 15th, the Warped Tour stopped by Toronto’s Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. The venue was filled with tons of kids eager to see and meet their favorite bands. One of the most popular sets of the night was Sleeping With Sirens, who played the Kia Soul main stage at 8:40 pm. Before the set, I got a chance to talk to guitarist Jesse Lawson about playing the Warped Tour, their recently released acoustic EP, his favourite rappers and his reaction to the Tupac hologram performance.