A note from the band’s email list:
I hope your holidays were nothing short of spectacular!/ AND/ I hope 2012 is already shaping up to be your favorite year yet! It’s been truly great over here – lots of /very/ exciting plans in the works for this new year – I can’t wait to share soooon. Hint: Lots of new music, music videos, exciting tours and more! I have confidence that it will be a truly lovely year.


So so so excited to inform you that a song of mine will be featured on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” this Thursday! Hoorah! As usual, I’m not allowed to say which song just yet, but I can tell you that it’s from “Yearbook.
” So thrilled to be a part of the show again!

The episode airs TONIGHT, (Thurs. Jan. 12th) at 8PM CST on ABC – hope you’ll tune in!


In honor of the New Year (which is now well underway) the Sleeping At Last online store is offering 20% offALL clothing (Shirts, Baby Onesies, etc!) – Just use the coupon: BESTYEARYET when you check out!
Expires next Wed. (1/18)

Check it all out here!

There are many, many announcements coming your way soon! Can’t wait to share all that’s going on lately! May this be a truly beautiful year for you and yours! Speak real soon.

Much love,

Ryan – Sleeping At Last

PS here’s a list of things i love lately:

Temple Run
(my latest fav iphone game… addicting. running. jumping. apes.

Modern Family
(how was i not a fan of this show before now? it’s good, fun tv.
phil’s the best. duh.)

Top 10 Lists
(i love lists in general, but this time of year i love the many “top” lists that appear. i did one for my fav movies of ’11! check it here!

New Year’s Resolutions <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Year>
(although i try to make them all throughout the year, there’s something beautiful about people wanting to be their best at the start of each year.)


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