While She Sleeps Announce European/UK Tour With Every Time I Die & Vein

While She Sleeps have announced a European/UK tour with Every Time I Die and Vein. Here’s the dates:

01/16 Paris, FRA – Cabaret Sauvage
01/17 Brussels, BEL – AB Box
01/18 Cologne, GER – Live Music Hall
01/19 Munich, GER – Backstage Werk
01/21 Solothurn, SWI – Kulturfabrik Kofmehl
01/22 Wiesbaden, GER – Kulturzentrum
01/23 Amsterdam, NET – Melkweg
01/24 London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton
01/26 Manchester, UK – Manchester Academy

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While She Sleeps’ Lawrence Taylor To Miss Upcoming Shows Due To “Personal Reasons”

While She Sleeps have announced that frontman Lawrence “Loz” Taylor will be missing their upcoming European shows due to “personal reasons.” The band plan to perform with a fill-in vocalist.

The group commented:

“Due to personal reasons, unfortunately Loz will not be performing at the final few shows in Europe.

We don’t believe in canceling & we don’t believe in letting these kind of things stop us.

After tomorrow we will have a fill in vocalist for the last few shows.

We need your voice. Let’s make this happen. It takes more than a member down to stop a Sleeps show.

We are incredibly sorry but we will not let you down.

Thank you for understanding & respecting our privacy in times like these.”

Up To 100 Phones Stolen During While She Sleeps’ London Show

According to Evening Standard, up to 100 phones were stolen from the crowd during While She Sleeps‘ March 1 show at the Roundhouse in London, England. The theft is believed to be the work of an organized gang, but none of them were caught. Security searched everyone as they exited the venue and they even had fans unlock their phones to prove that they owned them, but it didn’t appear to make a difference.

While She Sleeps Share Documentary For New Album “So What?”

While She Sleeps have shared a new documentary on their new album “So What?.“ That effort will be released on March 1. The group commented:

“So What? The documentary is out now. We wanted to capture the parts of making a record that are never promoted or talked about. It’s hard to see through the eyes of social media that life happens before music. You get to see the absolute end product of an artists work in one scroll or less these days. We wanted a fly on the wall to capture the inside workings of our band and life as to give you an insight into what really goes into making an album. This is very personal to us so we hope you enjoy it and respect our trust in you by showing you this.”