Sleep Theory Share “Fallout” Video

Sleep Theory — vocalist Cullen Moore, guitarist Daniel Pruitt, bassist Paolo Vergara, and drummer Ben Pruitt — have shared the video for “Fallout” from their Paper Hearts EP, out now via the Epitaph Records. Get the EP, which has been streamed over 33 million times, here.

The video features intense performance footage colliding with equally intense apocalyptic imagery, both of which fit the urgency of the song. It’s a continuation of the end-of-the-world theme seen in the video for “Numb.”

It premiered over at Watch it here and here.

“Creating ‘Fallout’ was a very personal for us, and seeing the music video come to life was surreal,” the band states. “The emotion in the track is something we poured our hearts into, and we’re thrilled that it resonates so powerfully with our fans. [Director] Orie [McGuiness] took our vision and elevated it beyond expectations. The way the music video captures the essence of the song is amazing. We truly couldn’t have asked for a better visual representation for this song.”

Sleep Theory will hit the road on a 40-date trek with Beartooth, The Plot In You, and Invent Animate in Winter 2024. All dates are below.

Since bursting onto the scene earlier this year, Sleep Theory have gone from strength to strength — and they show no signs of slowing down.

The Paper Hearts EP features two buzzy singles — “Numb” and “Gone or Staying” — and the songs have established Sleep Theory as one of the most exciting and talked about artists of 2023. The band was praised by Loudwire for its ability to “adapt 2000s arena rock and nu-metal for the future with their anthemic metal-tinged sound that would please any fan of Linkin Park and their ilk. At once enthralling, emotional and disarming, SleepTheory’s supercharged single ‘Numb’ is everything a radio rock fan could want. You’ll be humming it for days after.” 

 With further press coverage from American Songwriter, Billboard, Celebrity Access, Punktastic, and beyond, as well as major nods from SiriusXM’s Octane, Sleep Theory have had a huge 2023 and are clearly gearing up for an even bigger 2024.

In just the past three months, Sleep Theory’s monthly listeners have more than doubled, while their YouTube channel views have tripled. They are averaging 1.5 million streams per week, while “Numb” is sitting at No. 16 on the Active Rock chart and continues to climb. The track was No. 1 on on Sirius XM Octane, while the band was the first rock artist included in SiriusXM/Pandora’s Artist Accelerator program and will be a part of the Next Wave Concert Series this month.

They’ve toured with everyone from Shinedown to Set It Off, shared stages with I Prevail and Badflower, and have appeared at Louder Than Life, Rock Fest, ShipRockled, and Point Fest. They also count Jellyroll and Disturbed David Draiman as fans.

“Another Way”
“Gone or Staying” 
“It’s Over”

12/8 — Minneapolis, MN – The Armory – 93x Nutcracker at The Armory w/ Falling In Reverse, Daughtry

1/12 — Cincinnati, OH — Andrew J. Brady Center
1/13 —  Asheville, NC —  Orange Peel
1/14 — Louisville, KY —  Mercury Ballroom 
1/16 — Detroit, MI — Royal Oak
1/17 — Buffalo, NY — Town Ballroom 
1/19 — Toronto, ON — History
1/20 — Montreal, QC — M Telus
1/21 — Boston, MA — House of Blues
1/23 — Philadelphia, PA — Franklin Music Hall 
1/24 — Pittsburgh, PA — Roxian 
1/26 — New York, NY — Palladium Times Square
1/27 — Balitmore, MD — Rams Head
1/28 — Norfolk, VA — The NorVa
1/30 — Atlanta, GA — Tabernacle
2/2 — Charleston, SC — Charleston Music Hall
2/3 — Orlando, FL — House of Blues
2/4 – 2/10 — Shiprocked
2/11 — Tampa, FL — Jannus
2/13 — Huntsville, AL — Mars Music Hall
2/14 — New Orleans, LA — House of Blues
2/15 — Houston, TX — White Oak Music Hall
2/17 — San Antonio, TX — Boeing Center at Tech Port
2/18 — Dallas, TX — House of Blues
2/20 — Phoenix, AZ — Van Buren
2/21 — San Diego, CA — Soma
2/22 — Los Angeles, CA — The Wiltern
2/24 — Sacramento, CA — Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
2/25 — Portland, OR — Crystal Ballroom
2/27 — Seattle, WA — Showbox SoDo
2/28 — Spokane, WA — Knitting Factory
3/1 — Boise, ID — Knitting Factory
3/2 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Complex
3/3 — Denver, CO — The Fillmore
3/5 — Fargo, ND — Sanctuary Events Center
3/6 — St. Paul, MN — Myth Live
3/8 — Chicago, IL — Riviera
3/9 — Madison, WI — The Sylvee
3/10 — Sauget, IL — Pop’s
3/12 — Indianapolis, IN — Egyptian Room at Old National Center
3/13 — Nashville, TN — Marathon Music Works
3/14 — Fort Wayne, IN — The Clyde Theater

4/19 — Tampa, FL — Amalie Arena
4/20 — Orlando, FL — Central Florida Fairgrounds

5/10 — Daytona, FL – Welcome To Rockville