Floridian post-hardcore rockers release latest single Crosses feat. Underoath’s Spencer Chamberlain.
Sleeping With Sirens have dropped their latest track ahead of their upcoming album Complete Collapse due to drop on October 14 via Sumerian Records.
Crosses sees the band collaborating with Underoath frontman, Spencer Chamberlain bringing out a brilliantly intense side of SWS. “Spencer Chamberlain really elevated this song! Underøath is a huge influence for me when it comes to making music,” says vocalist Kellin Quinn. It was an honour working with somebody I really look up to!”
Quinn said the track is “a great opening single for our new album, it’s about not putting yourself above anyone. I think we’re all just trying our best and we can lift each other up! In a world where everyone pretends to be perfect, I think this song is letting everyone know that we all struggle and we can all rise above it.”
They have also dropped an accompanying video alongside the new track. Quinn commented on the Crosses clip; “The video for Crosses was something I really wanted to feel light-hearted to counteract the heavy subject matter. Not everything has to be so serious all the time! The video was a blast to shoot, Brian Cox took my concept and really made an amazing video!”
Complete Collapse which will drop on October 14 via Sumerian Records.
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