Sleepaway

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Sleepaway
OriginBuffalo, New York, USA
GenresPop rock
Years active2005–2006
LabelsNo Milk Records
Associated actsSouthline, Looking for Seven, All Blondes Go to Heaven, What Truth Is, Gracer, Believe in You
Websitethesleepaway.com
Past membersAlex Tiberia
Brett Mikoll
Michael O'Mara
Ryan Hoerner
Shawn Stoyle
Scott Twardowski

Sleepaway was a piano-driven indie rock band from Buffalo, New York.

History[edit]

Sleepaway formed in the spring of 2005. The band signed to New Jersey independent label No Milk Records in June 2005 and released their debut full-length album Sleepaway on June 6, 2006. It was released in Japan on Fabtone Records.

Their EP and full-length album were recorded with producer Doug White (Gym Class Heroes, The A.K.A.s).[1]

Building a fanbase, Sleepaway embarked on a national tour with 111 Records artist Rookie Of The Year. At the release of their full-length, they took local friends Believe In You with them, meeting up with Zolof The Rock & Roll Destroyer, River City High, and The Transit War for select dates. Their last tour supporting the full length was with The Drama Summer.

Guitarist Mike O'Mara played his last show with the band at FYE in the Walden Galleria, Buffalo, New York. At the show, posters were given out with each purchase of the band's debut album.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Release Date Title Label
2006 Sleepaway No Milk Records

EPs[edit]

Release Date Title Label
2006 Sampler—Three Song Tour EP No Milk Records

Compilations[edit]

Release Date Title Song Label
2006 A Tribute to Blink 182 Vol.1: Pacific Ridge Records Heroes of Pop Punk "Everytime I Look for You" Pacific Ridge Records

Members[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sleepaway, 2006 CD, No Milk Records

External links[edit]