SLEEPWELL PROCESS GRIEF & LOSS IN NEW SINGLE ACREMAN 19/08/2018 3 SLEEPWELL PROCESS GRIEF & LOSS IN NEW SINGLE ACREMAN Brisbane post-punk outfit Sleepwell have returned with their cathartic new single Acreman; a desperate call for the memory of a lost friend, driven home by the anguished vocals of Casey Ford. To celebrate the release of Acreman, Sleepwell will take to the stage with Moose Blood, Hundredth and Satellites on Saturday, September 8 at The Triffid in Brisbane. Acreman marks the beginning of a new project for Sleepwell, after the release of their debut EP ‘Rose-Tinted Gold’ in 2016, a project to facilitate a healing process for the band after a shared tragedy. “Acreman is the first part of two songs, written through last year and the year before, intended to help understand and portray personal grief, both songs reflect on the struggle to accept the death of a loved one and how pivotal that experience can prove to be in a young person’s life,” said Casey. Pulling from more somber experiences to write Acreman, the track shows a solid progression for Sleepwell. “Drawn from softer and steadier influences, Arceman is an emotive and balanced song driven by personal lyrics and is the first real ballad the band has worked on together,” said bassist, Tayla Ellerby. “The track combines sad aggression and a modest drive that is true to the band, both in sound and structure showing we have reached a higher level both as songwriters and musicians,” guitarist, Rhys Hilton. ABOUT SLEEPWELL Sleepwell is Casey Ford, Rhys Hilton, Tayla Ellerby and Mitch Jordison. From humble beginnings in 2015, the emo/punk outfit has been working hard on a follow up to their late 2016 EP, ‘Rose Tinted Gold’ Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.