“Richmond group the Sleepwalkers plays a brand of pop rock that isn’t age-specific. Their appeal is in the universality of sugary melodies that cross divides. Elements of classic, alternative and modern rock blend effortlessly in their anger-free offerings, while the group’s most distinctive attribute is swirling vocal harmonies rooted in late-’60s British psychedelia.”
It was the winter of 2013, when a casual lunch at Burger King manifested the hearts of four lost souls and transformed the gang into an unstoppable courier of smash hits. SLEEPWALKERS, a group of outlaws who rose from the blue collar depths of a glorified suburban landscape, seek to recreate the golden age of songwriting.
Combining the soothing sounds of Yanni with the angelic melodies of Enya, SLEEPWALKERS are sure to be the butter to your bread. Matthew McConaughey says, “SLEEPWALKERS songs are more historically significant than the Declaration of Independence…Nick Cage won’t have to look far to find this National Treasure.” SLEEPWALKERS have diamonds on the soles of their shoes, but let me tell you, they’re not going to Graceland.
SLEEPWALKERS are bringin’ the heat and they’re about to burn it up, baby.