For All Those Sleeping’s debut album
Cross Your Fingers – available now
exclusively at Hot Topic

“Melodic, heavy, catchy and exciting… a solid debut from the newest players on the Fearless roster” – HM Magazine

Grab your copy of For All Those Sleeping‘s debut abum Cross Your Fingers, out today! The CD is now available exclusively at Hot Topic for just $9.99, and as a digital exclusive on ShockHound.com and iTunes.

Catch the band live on the Pyknic pArtery Tour with Drop Dead, Gorgeous – in the meantime get more insight into Cross Your Fingers with the band’s album feature on FEARnet, and check out the band’s AOL Listening Party to hear the new tracks!

FOR ALL THOSE SLEEPINGMike Champa (vocals), London Snetsinger (bass/vocals), Jerad Pierskalla (guitar/vocals), David Volgman-Stevens (guitar), Ethan Trekell (drums) – formed in 2007 in St Cloud, MN, and soon gained a reputation for their blend of pop, hardcore and a killer live show. Having already built a loyal following in the Midwest,  the band is ready to take their sound global with the release of debut album Cross Your Fingers. The band is currently touring the U.S. on the Pyknic pArtery Tour with Drop Dead, Gorgeous.

Dates are as follows:

“The Pyknic pArtery Tour”
w/ Drop Dead Gorgeous, Attila, Sleeping with Sirens, Abandon All Ships, Woe Is Me, & Scarlett O’Hara

7/21 – Tempe, AZ @ Clubhouse
7/22 – Pomona, CA @ The Glasshouse
7/23 – San Diego, CA @ Soma Sidestage
7/24 – Orangevale, CA @ Boardwalk

7/26 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
7/27 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne
7/28 – Boise, ID @ The Venue
7/30 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Complex
7/31 – Denver, CO @ The Marquis Theatre
8/01 – CO Springs @ Black Sheep
8/03 – Minneapolis, MN @Triple Rock
8/04 – Chicago, IL @ Subteranean
8/05 – Pontiac, MI @ The Eagle Theater
8/06 – Indianapolis, IN @ ES Jungle
8/07 – Toledo, OH @ Headliners
8/08 – South Hackensack, NJ @ School of Rock
8/09 – NYC, NY @ Highline
8/10 – Worcester, MA @ Paladium
8/11 – Providence, RI @ Club Hell
8/12 – Vineland, NJ @ Hangar 84
8/13 – Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
8/14 – Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock

8/15 – Greensboro, NC @ Greene St
8/17 – Douglesville, GA @ Seven Venue
8/18 – Orlando, FL @ Social
8/19 – St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
8/20 – Metairie, LA @ High Ground

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