Storm The Sky have been added as direct support to Sleeping With Sirens on their forthcoming ‘Madness’ tour in Australia and New Zealand. With sold out shows in Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne, the tour is proving to be one of the hottest tickets on the market.
Storm The Sky have had an incredible 2015, signing to UNFD and releasing their debut albumPermanence to a great reception from fans and critics alike. Their lead single ‘Same Graves’ has garnered nearly half a million plays on YouTube, while their recent video for ‘Only One’ featured Australian actor John Jarratt (vocalist Will Jarratt’s father) and revealed a deeper, moodier side to the band. Their appearances on UNIFY 2015 and as support to In Hearts Wake on their sold out Skydancer tour, set the band up for their recent ‘Permanence’ headline tour. Each date on the tour sold out, announcing the Melbourne based six piece as one of the bands to watch in 2016.
The Sleeping With Sirens dates will be their last major tour of 2015 as they settle to write and record their second album.
Sleeping With Sirens are celebrating the release of their fourth studio album Madness which was released earlier this year via Epitaph and landed at #13 on the ARIA Chart. This tour will be the band’s first headlining shows in the country in over 2 years and will be their first appearance in New Zealand.
Bands can put themselves forward for the remaining opening slot of the tour by filling in their details athttp://sleepingwithsirens.net/
SLEEPING WITH SIRENS
Australia / New Zealand Tour
with special guests Storm The Sky
Wednesday 16th September – Powerstation, Auckland
Tickets available from Ticketmaster
Thursday 17th September – The Triffid, Brisbane
Sunday 20th September – UNSW Roundhouse, Sydney
Tickets available from Ticketek
Monday 21st September – The Gov, Adelaide
Tuesday 22nd September – 170 Russell, Melbourne [U18]
Tuesday 22nd September – 170 Russell, Melbourne [18+]
Tickets available from 170 Russell
Thursday 24th September – Astor Theatre, Perth
Tickets available from Astor Theatre