Last updated on March 5th, 2018 at 10:46 am
If you haven’t had the chance to see Sleep Signals, now would be a great time to do so as they head out on the road with Cold Kingdom. The Minneapolis based Band is a fused influence of 80’s, 90’s with a touch of Modern Metal. Absolutely one of my favorite live local bands.
Sleep Signals may be new to the rock scene, but lead singer Rob Cosgrove knows how to interact with the fans. They flowed through their set, offering a few of the favorites like “Edge Of My Sanity” and “Suit And Tie Suicide” off of the 2017 EP release At The End Of The World. It was a great set and I’m looking forward to a bright future for these guys.
This was my second time seeing Cold Kingdom. I absolutely love this Twin Cities-based band! They are fun and entertaining, with a decent following here in Minnesota. Lead singer Danielle Engum has a voice that drives right through you, powerful yet delicate in the same breath. Whether it be a soothing voice on songs like “Not Tonight” or “In Stereo,” or hitting full throttle and getting the crowd chanting along on “The Break,” Engum always satisfies. She reminds me of Kat Perkins when The Voice finalist was fronting Scarlet Haze. Cold Kingdom provides a little more edge and a little more crunchiness in the guitar.
It was a fun night of Hard Rock at the Route 47 Pub And Grill (formerly Pickle Park). The venue has always had one of the better acoustic setups for a Music Venue in the TC area. I wish nothing but the best of the best to both Sleep Signals and Cold Kingdom as they head out on The 5 week Tour-ito Supreme Tour.