This appears to be pretty old, but it's Friday, so why not? Hit the replies to hear a demo version of Dance Gavin Dance's "Uneasy Hearts Weigh The Most" featuring Sleeping With Siren's Kellin Quinn on vocals. The video apparently comes from their singer search between Downtown Battle Mountain and Dance Gavin Dance.
Updating our previous post projecting sales numbers of Sleeping With Sirens' new album, Feel, the final numbers have come in and the album sold 59,000 units in its debut week. That was good enough to place it at No. 3 on the Billboard charts, behind Queens of the Stone Age's debut week and Daft Punk's strong second week of Random Access Memories. The debut marks the band's best sales week and Rise Records' highest debut total ever. Congrats to the band and their entire team!
Coming in at No. 3 is a new arrival from rock act “Sleeping With Sirens,” which scores its best sales week and highest-charting album ever with “Feel.” The album debuts with 59,000 sold. Twenty-seven percent of the...
Billboard is reporting that Sleeping With Sirens will sell around 60,000 units of Feel in its first week on the charts, which will be second to Queens of the Stone Age (projected 80K) for debut albums in the week ending June 9. That number should be good enough to land Sleeping With Sirens in the top three on the Billboard 200 (competing with Daft Punk for the No. 2 slot). This would be the highest sales week of the band's career and, impressively, Rise Records' highest-selling debut.
At last Sunday's Warped Tour stop in Portland, OR at the Rose Quarter Riverfront, Sleeping With Sirens guitarist Jesse Lawson proposed to his girlfriend in front of a massive crowd at the Kia Rio Mainstage. Congratulations to them both! Video can be found in the replies.
Sleeping With Sirens will release an acoustic EP entitled If You Were A Movie, This Would Be Your Soundtrack on June 26th via Rise Records.
1. Scene One - James Dean & Audrey Hepburn
2. Scene Two - Roger Rabbit
3. Scene Three - Stomach Tied In Knots
4. Scene Four - Don't You Ever Forget About Me
5. Scene Five - With Ears To See and Eyes To Hear