Sleep Signals on the road in support of new album ‘At the End of the World’.

Sleep signals promo photo

Sleep Signals, a five-piece band based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota are currently on the road on ‘The High Tides Tour’ in support of their recently released album ‘At the End of the World’. The Relik Management planned  tour included a stop at Music Lynxx in Mentor-On-The-Lake, Ohio earlier this month and the band was gracious enough to give us a little of their time, namely guitarist, Joe Marshall.

Founded in 2014 by lead vocalist, Robert Cosgrove, Sleep Signals has shared the stage with the likes of Seether, In Flames, Bobaflex and others. They dove head first into the process have since played nearly 200 shows in 25 different states and they continue to hit the pavement sharing their high-voltage style of rock.

“Robert is the lone member of the original band that is still around,” Marshall said. “But we were familiar with one another so it has made the transformation a pretty smooth one. We give it everything we have when we’re on the stage. For those that haven’t seen us before can expect an in-your-face rock show with the lights and everything else associated with a great stage presentation.”

‘At the End of the World’ gave the group a chance to work with Grammy-nominated producer, Justin Rimer, who has also produced music for Saving Abel and 12 Stones to name a couple.

“It nice to have someone of the stature helping you with your music and can see the vision you have,” Marshall stated. “We’ve also been lucky to have talented vocalist such as Marty McCoy of Bobaflex and Josh Brown of Full Devil Jacket who have lent their vocals to a couple of our tracks. That means a lot when you have guys of that stature providing support.”

‘The High Tides Tour’ kicked off on the 2nd of this month in La Crosse, Wisconsin and will continue through December 9. The final performance takes place back in The Badger State at Every Buddy’s in Chippewa Falls.

Remember the name, Sleep Signals. Their future looks and sounds extremely bright. If you are in one of the cities remaining on the tour, get out and support these guys from the ‘Land of 10,000 Lakes’. I’m pretty sure you’ll like what you see and hear.

“We enjoy being on the road seeing old friends and making new fans,” Marshall said. “Our fan-base has been amazing and we appreciate all of them. We hope to make fans at every stop and continue to build on our foundation.”

You can visit their website at to check out more about Sleep Signals, watch their videos and purchase merch as well.

Until next time, this is Big L saying ‘keep those horns up and rock on’!! \m/ \m/



11/24/17              Wynfield’s                          Satellite Beach, FL

11/25/17              Piper’s                                  Greenacres, FL

11/26/17              Rok Bar                                 Daytona, FL

11/28/17              The Nick                               Birmingham, AL

11/30/17              Club LA                                 Destin, FL

12/01/17              Center Stage                      Lake Charles, LA

12/02/17              Acadia                                   Houston, TX

12/03/17              The Curtain Club               Dallas, TX

12/05/17              Barleycorns                        Wichita, KS

12/06/17              The Bottleneck                 Lawrence, KS

12/07/17              DGS Taphouse                  Ames, IA

12/08/17              Hijynx                                   Fort Atkinson, WI

12/09/17              Every Buddy’s                   Chippewa Falls, WI








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Larry Ritter About Larry Ritter

Hello my name is Larry Ritter, or “Big L” to most of my friends. I’m a production supervisor for a major manufacturer of auto parts here in northwest Ohio. I received an Associate’s degree from Owen’s Community College where I graduated cum laude honors. I have a true passion for music, sports, photography and riding motorcycles. My love for these things are surpassed by just one thing, family, which includes two sons, a daughter and eight grandchildren.

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