12 Songs, 44 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
3.4K Ratings
3.4K Ratings
Mitchh182 ,


I guess the fangirls are always going to love ANYTHING that this band puts out. These songs are generic sounding and have no emotion. Stick to your roots. Stop trying to rap and stay with the "popular" music.

shoultzy9 ,

Catchy but,

Guess I'm the only one not impressed.

musicgirlxo ,


Low is amazing , it is such a perfect mix of their old sound on With Ears To See and Eyes to Hear and on their second album Let's Cheers To This! And it describes the situation I'm going through so perfectly. I loved Sleeping With Sirens then, I love Sleeping With Sirens now, & I will love Sleeping With Sirens always. <3 They're one of my favorite bands , They've helped me with a lot of stuff. I know the album is going to be amazing, I'm soooo excited! (I literally would not shut up about it either, and now my family is pretty well educated about it too.) <33

About Sleeping With Sirens

Falling on the more melodic side of the post-hardcore world, Florida's Sleeping with Sirens create a whirlwind of emotion with their yearning and aggressive blend of metal and emo influences. Formed in 2009, Sleeping with Sirens -- featuring vocalist Kellin Quinn, guitarists Jack Fowler and Jesse Lawson, bassist Justin Hills, and drummer Gabe Barham -- quickly caught the attention of metalcore label Rise Records, which signed them and released their debut record, With Ears to See, And Eyes to Hear, in 2010. The album launched the band onto the Billboard Heatseekers chart, debuting at number seven and selling over 25,000 copies. Their sophomore effort, Let's Cheers to This, arrived in May of the following year. At the beginning of 2013, the bandmembers announced they had entered the studio to record their third album, and Feel was released just six months later. The album debuted at number three on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart. Madness, the band's fourth studio long-player and first outing for Epitaph Records, arrived in early 2015. Live and Unplugged followed the next year, an acoustic set that also included covers of Sublime's "Santeria" and Goo Goo Dolls' "Iris." The band's fifth set, Gossip, arrived in 2017 on Warner Bros. Produced by David Bendeth, the album featured the lead single "Legends." ~ Gregory Heaney

Orlando, FL




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