Sleeper share ‘Look At You Now’, their first new single in 21 years
05 Dec, 2018
The band split in 1998 and reunited last year
Sleeper have shared their first new material in 21 years. The single, ‘Look At You Now’, was produced by Stephen Street – scroll down to listen to it now.
The band announced their long-awaited fourth record ‘The Modern Age’ in May. It is due to be released on March 22, 2019.
Tickets have already gone on sale for the upcoming dates and are available here. The band already played three UK shows last month.
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The London band formed in 1993 and released three albums – 1995’s ‘Smart’, 1996’s ‘The It Girl’, and 1997’s ‘Pleased To Meet You’ – before disbanding in 1998. They reunited in 2017 and took part in the Star Shaped Festival that summer, touring four British cities with Space, Dodgy, and The Bluetones.