We now know what Sleeping with Sirens was teasing.
On Monday, Kellin Quinn and company shared a mysterious video hinting at something called "Ctrl+Alt+Del." Today, they've announced the Ctrl+Alt+Del tour, a U.S. headlining run kicking off July 14 in Chicago.
And while we aren't yet getting new Sleeping with Sirens music, which was it seemed like the video was teasing, it does appear that fresh material is in the works.
"It feels like its been forever since we were on the road and we can't wait to play some new songs for you," the band says.
Tickets to the Ctrl+Alt+Del tour go on sale this Friday, May 13, at 10 a.m. local time. Don Broco, Point North and Garzi will also be on the bill.
For the full list of dates and all ticket info, visit SirensMusic.co.
Sleeping with Sirens' most recent record is 2019's How It Feels to Be Lost, which includes the single "Agree to Disagree." Last year, they released a one-off single called "Bloody Knuckles."
Quinn, meanwhile, has been busy collaborating with other artists, including with Machine Gun Kelly on the single "Love Race."