How do you fit into a world full of stereotypes?

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Edgy and electrifying!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

The alternative rock outfit, Sleep Nation

has opened for national touring acts such as Adema and Sponge. In 2014, the duo’s music video and single release for “I Want You Back” landed the band a spot on Nashville radio station 102.9 The Buzz’s “Local Buzz Top 25.”

Sunset Island Music ranked Sleep Nation #2 among the Top 25 Unsigned Bands worldwide. In 2015, the pair’s second official music video, “Mr. Unlucky,” was released in promotion of the film “Hair of the Dog,” directed by Michael Butts.

They also wrote “I’m a Werewolf, But That’s Ok” for the movie’s soundtrack. The single “Slip” became the album’s second track to be named 102.9 The Buzz’s “Local Buzz Cut of the Week.” 2018 saw the arrival of singles “Scream & Shout” and “American Way” via Victory Music Buzz. 

Start streaming “Get Out” right here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Get Out” by Sleep Nation gives us modern rock sounds while conveying nostalgia on the sets of the song’s video.

The track has high sound quality with rebellious guitar riffs and added vocal effects during the chorus. Moreover, the electronic vocal modulations used throughout the song further diversify the variety on this track, ensuring listeners a unique experience with this new rock hit. It’s a real high-energy headbanger.

Sleep Nation emphasizes the idea of getting away from stereotypes…

and moving on from places you feel like you don’t quite fit in. “Get Out” is a solid and energetic tune about life’s stereotypes and how it can be hard to find your place. Along with the compelling track, its accompanying video has clever visuals and an attention-grabbing narrative.

Sleep Nation photography credits: Kailey A

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