Sparrows Releasing Sophomore LP ‘Let the Silence Stay Where it Was’ on October 14 via New Damage Records

Toronto-based, spaced-out, post-punk/hardcore outfit Sparrows, will release their sophomore full-length, ‘Let the Silence Stay Where it Was,’ via New Damage Records on October 14.On the new LP, the band re-teams with longtime collaborator, engineer/producer Kenny Bridges, front man of seminal Canadian melodic punk outfit Moneen.The LP is preceded by the release of a 2-track single which came out earlier this month and includes the song “Cave Eater,” and a cover of Failure’s “Sergeant Politeness.”A new song (“Three Four Two Five, Three Four Two Five”) off the album is premiering exclusively on New Noise Magazine.A video for “Cave Eater” can now be streamed on Exclaim!.Pre-orders will launch on September 9.

Sparrows – “Let the Silence Stay Where it Was” Track Listing:

Three Four Two Five, Three Four Two Five

The Written Rules Of Choking

Carrying On With A Modern Lifespan

Cave Eater

If We Make It Over The Mountain


Waking The Red Sky Season


Our Saviour Left Us For Dead

Fire In The House Of The Lord

Upcoming U.S. September Tour Dates:

9th Buffalo NY – Sugar City

10th Pittsburgh, PA – City Grows

11th Frederick, MD – Guido’s Speakeasy

12th Philadelphia, PA – TBA

13th Ridgewood, NJ – Ridgewood Elks Lodge

14th Providence, RI – AS220

15th Boston, MA – Old Yeller

16th Nashua, NH – Elk’s Lodge

17th Rochester, NY – Bug Jar (with Being As An Ocean)

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