12 Songs, 43 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5

76 Ratings

76 Ratings

One of my favorite up and comers


I remember seeing this band open for Cage The Elephant and The Manchester Orchestra and walking away wanting to know more. Their debut album "Celabrasion" dropped a few months later and it was fantastic. I've only heard the single "Waves" off of this one, but they continue to have that same sound from their last album and I for one cannot wait to hear the rest of the album.



I saw them in 2012 at the Hangout Festival! I've been waiting for new stuff ever since then, this sounds just like Celebrasion so can't wait for this one!

My new favorite band!


I found Sleeper Agent through another favorite - their Kentucky friends, Cage the Elephant. I have been to 5 of their shows, and I can't wait for the next. Their energy is so addictive. They played songs from this new album at the Bottletree in January, and they were phenomenal. I still play Celebrasion to get up and motivated on early mornings. I'm so excited for this one to drop, because it sounds even better.

About Sleeper Agent

With their combination of driving guitars, manic energy, and big singalong choruses, Sleeper Agent merge pop-punk's sugary effervescence with garage rock swagger. Originally formed as a duo by singer/guitarist Tony Smith and drummer Justin Wilson, the Bowling Green, Kentucky band decided to expand its lineup after Smith and Wilson spotted singer Alex Kandel belting out Adele covers at a local open-mike night. Not stopping there, the band decided to fill out their sound even more, upgrading to a sextet with the addition of keyboardist Scott Gardner, guitarist Josh Martin, and bassist Lee Williams. Sleeper Agent caught their first break when they came to the attention of producer Jay Joyce through friends and fellow Bowling Green musicians Cage the Elephant. Impressed with their sound, Joyce invited them to come down to his Nashville studio to record their debut, Celabrasion, which was released in 2011 on Mom & Pop Records. After signing with RCA Records, the band returned in 2014 with their sophomore effort About Last Night. ~ Gregory Heaney

Bowling Green, KY




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