Minneapolis, MN-based rockers Sleep Signals have announced that they will return to the road on the The Death Do Us Part Tour with QUOR, which begins November 30th at The Big Dipper in Spokane, Washington and concludes on December 11th.
Tickets and VIP for the tour are available on Friday 10/14 at www.sleepsignals.net
Sleep Signals, have garnered a dedicated following through relentless touring, their explosive live performances, and their ability to blend catchy hooks with their high-energy songwriting style.
In 2021 the band released a new EP, Ethereal, featuring the single, “Fireproof,” which garnered the band’s first commercial radio success. The single was featured on Sirius XM’s Octane and received spins on 80+ US FM radio stations, spending 11 weeks on the Billboard Active Rock radio chart.
Unfortunately, 2021 also saw the band experience a severe bus accident on tour with POD, From Ashes To New, and All Good Things that left several members in the hospital and rehabbing injuries for months. The band released the music video for “The Return“ to commemorate their comeback from the accident and look to get back to the touring circuit as soon as late 2022.
Founded in 2014, the band hit the road in early 2015 and has since played over 500 shows in 45 states. Prior to the accident, the band was coming off of major full US tours with heavy hitters Hellyeah and Nonpoint, as well as Atreyu, Memphis May Fire, Ice Nine Kills, All That Remains, Attila, Escape the Fate, and Like A Storm.
“Sleep Signals embodies the same DIY hustling ethic that Ice Nine Kills has used since the beginning. Great songs, and a work ethic that is quickly making this band stand out” says Spencer Charnas of (Ice Nine Kills).
Alex Varkatzas (Ex-Atreyu) adds, “Seeing Sleep Signals’ tireless work ethic and energetic live shows nightly, it’s only a matter of time before this band is a household name.”
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Sleep Signals Tour Dates:
11.30 Spokane, WA @ The Big Dipper
Written by: Road Dog