Sleeping with Sirens Make No. 3 Debut
It was a far less familiar name in the No. 3 position, however, with Orlando by way of Grand Rapids, Mich., band Sleeping with Sirens moving 59,000 copies of the band's third album, Feel — easily the best sales week in the young "scene-core" rock band's burgeoning career. (The band's second album, 2011 effort Let's Cheer to This, debuted with 18,000 in its first week out.)
"Obviously, we're very excited," lead singer Kellin Quinn Radio.com told this week. "We've worked really hard to get to where we are, and it's just really awesome."
It's a major milestone for Sleeping with Sirens, a band eager to break through to the rock mainstream after paying their dues on the indie post-hardcore circuit since forming in 2009.
"This album is about us becoming more of a rock band, and escape from the scene of music that we were in when we first started," Quinn said, citing the Foo Fighters as a major influence. "The lyrics are straightforward, the music is straightforward, the album is easy to get into. That's the idea behind Feel, to really put across what Sleeping with Sirens is all about right from the beginning." more on this story
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