Sleeping With Sirens Give Philadelphia a Heavy Dose of ‘How It Feels To Be Lost’ on Medicine Tour

Sleeping With Sirens brought their headlining ‘Medicine’ tour to Union Transfer in Philadelphia for a heavy dose of their new album, mixed with their fan-favorite heavy hitters which kept the crowd moshing all night long. Bringing along special guests Set It Off, Belmont and Point North.

Kicking off their set with “Leave It All Behind” a song from their latest album, How It Feels To Be Lost (via Sumerian Records), an album which finds the band returning their hardcore roots. The band didn’t waste any time during their set powering through songs like “Tally It Up, Settle The Score,” “Do It Now Remember It Later,” “If I’m James Dean, You’re Audrey Hepburn” and of course mixing in a bunch of songs from their latest album like “Never Enough,” “Blood Lines,” “Medicine,” “Agree to Disagree” and “Break Me Down” which fans seemed to throughly enjoyed before they slowed it down a bit for two acoustic songs “Scene Five: With Ears to See and Eyes To Hear” and “Scene Two: Roger Rabbit.” Ending with a massive sing-a-long to their encore performance of “If You Can’t Hang.”

Sleeping With Sirens never fail to impress with their aggressive, energy-driven live performances that keep fans moving and singing along throughout their entire 90-minute set.

Check out our exclusive photo gallery of Sleeping With Sirens and Set It Off below:

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