Sleeping With Sirens are celebrating the anniversary their first full-length album, and teased fans with the possibility of a tour in honor of the record next year.
The band’s album With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear turned 9 on Saturday.
Kellin Quinn took to Instagram to post about the record, and sent fans into a frenzy with his caption.
“We’ll be busy promoting the new album this year! But maybe if you’re really really good, next year we’ll do a tour in your honor!” he wrote about the album. We would die to go to that.
In the meantime, you can stream the album in celebration of the anniversary below. We’ve definitely had the OG album that started it all on repeat all Saturday long.
Sleeping With Sirens are currently working on their new album (which will have a heavier vibe), and pretty much torturing us in the process. At least it sounds like the new album is coming soon, so let’s hope the agony of waiting is almost over.
Outside of that, Quinn recently crashed an his friend’s band’s gig in an Oregon coffee shop and helped them out with some vocal assistance. It was definitely unexpected, but a pretty amazing surprise.
What do you think of the possibility of a With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear tour next year? Sound off in the comments below!