Sleeping With Sirens Unleash Raging New Song “Agree To Disagree” with Music Video

Sleeping With Sirens have released the another track “Agree To Disagree,” which is the fourth track on their forthcoming new record, How It Feels To Be Lost, which is out on September 6th via Sumerian Records. This marks the third song to be released off the new record following “Leave It All Behind” and “Break Me Down.”

The song was first heard on Octane Radio tonight (August 8) and fans have been loving it. The band just announced that they will be touring as support on the upcoming BRING ME THE HORIZON ‘Threesome Tour’ with special guest Poppy. For more information on the tour, CLICK HERE and see below for a full list of those tour dates.

How It Feels To Be Lost, drops September 6th via Sumerian Records and the band has released several preorder bundles as well on their website including CDs, Vinyl Records, Posters, T-shirts, Hoodie and more, also a t-shirt that has the title to the new track on it “Agree To Disagree.” See their full tracklisting HERE for the new album! All of the preorder bundles are available now HERE.

Listen to their new song “Agree to Disagree” below:

Tour Dates:
10/10 — Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
10/12 — Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock Festival*
10/14 — Portland, OR @ Theater of the Clouds (Moda Center Portland)
10/16 — Seattle, WA @ WAMU Theater at Centurylink Field Events Center
10/18 — Las Vegas, NV @ Las Rageous Festival
10/19 — San Diego, CA @ Viejas Arena
10/21 — Oklahoma City, OK @ The Criterion
10/22 — Kansas City, MO @ Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
10/25 — San Antonio, TX @ Sunken Gardens Theater
10/28 — Tampa, FL @ Fl Cuban Club Courtyard
10/29 — Miami, FL @ Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater

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