Sleeping with Sirens has premiered a new song called “Complete Collapse,” the title track off the band’s upcoming album.
“‘Complete Collapse’ is actually a song about how I was feeling mentally before the pandemic and how I could have completely collapsed if it weren’t for the time at home during the pandemic,” says vocalist Kellin Quinn. “Having the time to restore and not burn out was a godsend, which is ironic for how terrible the pandemic was.”
“It is also the reason for the title and the picture on the cover of our album,” Quinn adds. “I think says it best we’re all just chilling at the pool drinking our martinis while everything is burning around us.”
Complete Collapse the album, the follow-up to 2019’s How It Feels to Be Lost, drops October 14. It includes collaborations with Underoath‘s Spencer Chamberlain, Dorothy, Royal & the Serpent and Charlotte Sands.
Sleeping with Sirens will be performing at Las Vegas’ When We Were Young festival in October. The much-anticipated event is headlined by My Chemical Romance, Paramore and Bring Me the Horizon.
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