Sleeping with sirens is an American post-hard core band. They’re very talented and their songs are relatable. They aren’t just like other singers in their genre, they have an iconic sort of sound. They have two albums: With Ears to See and Eyes to Hear Let’s Cheers to This and If You Were A Movie This Would Be Your Soundtrack. Their best album is Let’s Cheers to This because it has some of their most popular songs on it such as: If you Can’t Hang, Do it Now Remember it late, and A Trophy Fathers Trophy Son. These featured songs are all about experiences of the lead singer Kellin Quinn.
The other guys in the band are Justin Hills who plays bass guitar, Jesse Lawson who plays rhythm guitar and sings back-up vocals, Gabe Barham who plays drums, and Jack Fowler who plays lead guitar.
When I first listened to Sleeping with Sirens, I wasn’t too sure if I liked them. They’re very hard rock, but I liked how inspiring they were, and I liked Kellin’s voice. The more I listened to them, the more I liked them. I enjoyed how their songs had so much meaning. I also liked how the songs were about experiences of Kellin Quinn.
Sleeping with Sirens’ music means a lot to me. I think more people should give them a chance. I’ve heard people say,” Ew no! I’m not listening to them they look weird!” But for me, I don’t think I could ever get tired of their music. I think everyone should give them another listen and not judge them by how they look, and maybe they will experience new great music.