Sleeping With Sirens' latest single "Legends" has become the biggest song to date in their eight year career, and it will only get larger over the next few months as the official song for Team USA in the 2018 Winter Olympics. The band was originally working on the music video for the tune when they asked fans to tell stories of overcoming life's obstacles. With a plethora of responses, the act decided to use these stories as the basis for their visual, which was released today.
"Legends" comes from Sleeping With Sirens' major label debut Gossip, which comes out this Friday on Warner Bros. The 11 track record was produced by David Bendeth, who worked with acts such as All Time Low, A Day To Remember, and Breaking Benjamin. Pre-orders for the release can still be made on their website. This is the follow up to their 2015 studio album Madness.
The band have been on their intimate headlining tour, which featured a ton of sold out shows along the way. This week the outfit will be hitting the east coast with sold out shows in New York City and their hometown of Orlando. Their headlining trek concludes with a stop in Pensacola on Sept. 28. The band will also make festival appearances at Louder than Life Festival on Sept. 30 and WJJO Sonic Boom Festival on Oct. 1. You can check out their entire tour routing below. Tickets for the remaining shows are on sale to the general public right now.
Sleeping With Sirens tour dates
Sept. 18 - Baltimore, MD - Ottobar
Sept. 20 - New York, NY - The Gramercy Theatre (sold out)
Sept. 22 - Washington D.C. - Rock & Roll Hotel
Sept. 23 - Charlotte, NC - The Underground
Sept. 24 - Atlanta, GA - Masquerade (Hell) (sold out)
Sept. 26 - Orlando, FL - The Social (sold out)
Sept. 27 - Tampa, FL - The Orpheum
Sept. 28 - Pensacola, FL - Vinyl Music Hall
Sept. 30 - Louisville, KY - Louder than Life Festival
Oct. 1 - Madison, WI - WJJO Sonic Boom Festival