Sparrow Sleeps have released an album of Modern Baseball lullabies today called You’re Gonna Sleep So Long on Spotify and Apple Music.
Sparrow Sleeps have released another album of lullaby renditions, this time focusing on the hits from New Found Glory. You can stream the album on Spotify or purchase it on their website.
Sparrow Sleeps has released an album of All Time Low lullabies called Slumber Starts. They’ve shared a lullaby rendition of “Dear Maria, Count Me In” for your listening pleasure.
Sparrow Sleeps have released lullaby renditions of Third Eye Blind. You can now order Out of the Womb on their website.
Sparrow Sleeps have released some Joyce Manor songs re-imagined as lullabies. You can stream “Constant Headache.”
Sparrow Sleeps have released Take This To Your Crib, a lullaby take on Fall Out Boy’s “Take This To Your Grave.” You can now stream “Saturday” and pick up the album on their website.
Sparrow Sleeps has released a new lullaby album today of Dashboard Confessional covers. The album is called The Places You Have Fallen Asleep The Most and is now up for order.
Sparrow Sleeps’ new children’s album, Sparrow and Friends Start a Band, can be streamed below. The album is also now up for sale.
Will Pugh from Cartel is featured on the latest track released by Sparrow Sleeps. You can stream “I Want to Play” below.
Another song from the upcoming Sparrow Sleeps kid’s album can be streamed below. The song is called “Sharing Is Cool” and features Real Friends’ Dan Lambton and Knuckle Puck’s Joe Taylor.
Sparrow Sleeps, known mostly for their lullaby cover albums, will be releasing an original album for kids that features singers such as Ryan Key, Will Pugh, Ace Enders, and many more. You’ll find the full track listing below, along with a stream of “The Sugar Song” (ft. Kailynn West of Tiny Stills and Tony Thaxton of Motion City Soundtrack). The album will be out on October 21st and pre-orders are now up.
Sparrow Sleeps have released a new album of Green Day lullabies called Hypersomniac. You can stream their rendition of “Wake Me When September Ends” below.