Sleeping With Sirens recently dropped a new single and signed to Sumerian Records. Now, frontman Kellin Quinn will be joining the ensemble of Paradise City, the upcoming American Satan spinoff series.

The SWS vocalist will be playing the role of Ralphie, according to a post from the show’s official Instagram.

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“Welcome Kellin Quinn to the Paradise City universe in the role of ‘Ralphie’—his band Sleeping With Sirens just dropped a new single tonight and signed to Sumerian Records, you’ll remember Sleeping With Sirens from the American Satan Soundtrack with their song, ‘Trouble’!” the post reads.

Directed by Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen, the spinoff series will feature a rich roster of musicians and actors. Andy Black and Ben Bruce are returning to reprise their roles from the original film. Juliet Simms, Bella Thorne and Booboo Stewart among many others will also appear in the new series.

Bruce recently offered up some behind-the-scenes shots on-set joking with Stewart about his Twilight past and posing with Thorne.

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American Satan, released October 2017 under Sumerian Films, follows the story of rock band the Relentless as they “drop out of college and move to the Sunset Strip to chase their dreams.” However, the band get more than they bargained for after making a Faustian deal for fame.

Paradise City is in post-production as of now. No official premiere date has been announced yet, but the series’ account teased it will be released at some point this year.

“Johnny and Leo are both back in Paradise City and have a LOT going on in their personal lives,” the Instagram post says. “We can’t wait to bring you deeper in to their worlds.. The first season coming later in 2019!”

As for Sleeping With Sirens, the band just signed with Sumerian and released a music video for “Leave It All Behind.” Their forthcoming full-length, How It Feels To Be Lost, will drop Sept. 6.

The band also previously opened up to AP late last year about the then-untitled record.

“It’s all about depression and anxiety,” Quinn says. “It’s something that I think needs to be talked about, and it’s something that I struggle with and deal with all the time. I wanted to make a record that was just purely honest about it, and I think that it’s for those people that need that record.”

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