As Sirens Fall-The Hospital Party EP UK release 8th of July 2016

In a cold practise room in an old mill in Keighley in late 2014, As Sirens Fall was born. The band launched themselves on the scene in spring 2015 with a homemade music video for début single ‘From Across The Waves’. Fast forward 12 months and over 100 shows, and the band were returning to the stage to scores of ‘ASF’ chants, to play an encore at a packed out Leeds O2 Academy, having just won the Soundwave Music Competition.

Following that seminal show, As Sirens Fall found themselves at Longwave Recording Studios with producer Romesh Dodangoda and engineer Rob Thomas (Bring Me The Horizon, Twin Atlantic, Kids In Glass Houses, The Blackout), working on their debut release, ‘The Hospital Party‘. Now we can reveal that the eagerly awaited EP will be unleashed on the 8th of July 2016.

As Sirens Fall comment:
“Recording this EP was an absolute blast. We’ve spent so long working on these songs. Everything had to be right. It’s so good to finally have it in our hands knowing how hard we worked to achieve this.”

You can get your first taste of ‘The Hospital Party’ in the form of live video ‘Smoke‘ which you can check out below:


The Hospital Party tracklisting:
1. Where You Are
2. Lonely Tomorrows
3. Smoke
4. State Of The Artist
5. Last Goodbyes

As Sirens Fall will soon be taking their show on the road.
You can catch the band at the following shows:

28th May – Bradford, Trapdoor w/The Dead XIII
4th June – Halifax Irish Club, Arch Fest 2.5
17th June – London, Surya
24th June – Airdale Beer Festival

As Sirens Fall are:
Mikey Lord – Vocals
Adam Doveston – Guitar
Ben Aldham – Guitar/ Vocals
Jason Doveston – Bass
Robbie Hutchinson – Drums

Find As Sirens Fall Online at the following locations:
Official Website

About David Farrell

General Manager and 'THE' competition guy at Manager of The Goddanm Electric, Tour manager for Serpentine, and ex-general Dogsbody at Media partner to numerous bands. Also takes photos, writes reviews and likes classic rock, with a touch of thrash to get the blood flowing.