Sleep Signals, a Minneapolis, MN. based rock band, came crashing into the music scene in 2014. With the new single release of “I’ll Save You”, the partnership with VEVO for the music video premiere, the End Of The World Tour kicking off this year as well as a new EP, it appears as if 2017 will be an epic year for these guys. Check out the Official Press Release from O’Donnell Media Group below for all the information from where to see the new video, along with tour dates and more.
February 1, 2017- Minneapolis, MN-based rockers Sleep Signals have teamed up with VEVO to premiere their new music video for “I’ll Save You” off of their upcoming EP due out mid 2017. The “End of the World Tour” kicks off February 10th in Chippewa Falls, WI at Every Buddy's Bar and concludes March 11th in Minneapolis, MN at the Elk's Lodge. Tour dates listed below.
The Video Can Be Seen Here:https://www.vevo.com/watch/QMGR31599932
Founded in 2014, 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. Since hitting the road in early 2015, the band has played more than 125 shows in twenty-five states, building a solid fan base across the country.
The band released their second EP, Transitions, in early 2016 and followed it up with US tours with heavy hitters Screaming for Silence and Lydia Can't Breathe. They have also shared the stage with bands like Saving Abel, Bobaflex, Ill Nino, Alesana, Capture the Crown, The Browning, 3 Pill Morning, Romantic Rebel, and Cold Kingdom.
2017 promises to be a huge year for Sleep Signals, starting with the release of their new single, "I'll Save You", on 1/27/17, along with an accompanying music video that the band shot in the frigid woods of Minnesota. The single was produced by Justin Rimer (Saving Abel, 12 Stones) at Crosstrax Studio in Memphis, TN, and is the precursor to the upcoming EP the band plans to release in mid 2017. The "End of the World Tour" has the band on the road through most of February and March, so plan catch the band near you.