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Sleeping With Sirens: Feel - Album Review

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by Erin Hart (subscribe)
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Published June 6th 2013

Sleeping With Sirens recently released their fourth full length album, "Feel". Their fans have been very apprehensive over the release of their newest album, having heard some of the songs on YouTube beforehand. Most of the fans were thinking the album would be in no way like the previous ones.

The changes that have been made in the band are almost unnoticeable. The instruments have remained the same from "With Ears to See and Eyes to Hear" (2010) to their acoustic EP "If You Were a Movie, This Would Be Your Soundtrack" (2012). Kellin Quinn's vocal capabilities have remained the same as well, he still sings, in his words, "like a woman".

In "Feel", there are a few songs which have a feature artist. "Alone" includes Richard Colson Baker, known as Machine Gun Kelly or MGK, "The Best There Ever Was" with Fronz, "Congratulations" with Memphis May Fire's vocalist, Matty Mullins, and "I'll Take You There" featuring Shayley Bourget previously the bassist for Of Mice & Men.

The album "Feel" has very few changes in it musically, compared to the previous albums. The only real changes are the amount of songs that have a featured artist. Sleeping With Sirens passion for their music and their fans haven't changed since they were formed (2009), and there would be no reason for them to abandon their loyal fan-base at the present time.

Feel" is worth a listen to any person whose interest in music is in this genre and is worth a listen from Sleeping With Sirens fans, too, no matter how apprehensive.
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