The tour marks the band’s first routed run since the onset of the pandemic and hints at the live reveal of new music.
Floridian scene veterans Sleeping With Sirens have announced their long-awaited return to the road with the unveiling of their ‘Ctrl-Alt-Del’ summer trek. The 24-date run will also feature an early summer appearance at Inkcarceration Festival in Mansfield, OH and will follow the band’s performance later this month at So What?! Music Festival in Arlington, TX.
Recruiting Don Broco, Point North and Garzi to complete the caravan, the tour will touch down in key markets across the United States, including a play at Worcester, MA’s famed Palladium and a west coast stretch that will see the package make four stops throughout California.
Sleeping With Sirens will be touring in support of their most recent release with 2019’s How It Feels to Be Lost. Sidelined by the events of 2020, the band would remain relatively quiet until last summer, when they dropped their Sumerian Records-released standalone single in “Bloody Knuckles to wide acclaim.
Serving as the tour’s direct supporting artist, Don Broco will finally trek the States to share the live renditions of their lauded 2021 full length, Amazing Things. Just last month the band released their colossal follow-up single with :”Fingernails” and revealed news of a 2023 Amazing Things arena tour in the UK with support from Papa Roach and Dance Gavin Dance.
VIP Packages are currently on-sale. General on-sale is set for Friday at 10am local time via the band’s website – sirensmusic.co