Echosmith announce return with giddy new pop track “Goodbye”

LA-sweethearts Echosmith has finally returned with a new song in the form of the upbeat pop bombast of “Goodbye,” a tune taken from their upcoming highly-anticipated sophomore album Inside A Dream. With a delicately plucked guitar melody opening up the track with lead-singer Sydney Sierota’s breathy vocals, the song soon drops into a percussion driven one that dazzles with tropical key rhythmics and deep bass. A rapid reinvention of the indie-pop the band debuted with back in 2013 as a quartet of siblings, the remaining trio of Sierota, Noah, and Graham had to reconcile the loss of older brother Jamie just last year who chose to leave in order to spend more time with his new family. Inside A Dream promises to be an acid-wash of synths, buoyant guitars, and a distinctively 80s stylization–and as always, entirely danceable.

Watch the music video for new song “Goodbye” below!

Echosmith will be embarking on a tour in support of Inside A Dream this fall, which is out September 29, making a stop at the Fonda Theatre on October 19. Tickets are still available and each purchase includes the choice of a physical or digital copy of the band’s new album. Visit their website and Facebook to stay updated on new music and tour dates.

Echosmith Fall Tour Dates (w/ support from Banners)

October 5         Kansas City, MO      The Truman

October 8         Englewood, CO        Gothic Theatre

October 10       Salt Lake City, UT     The Depot*

October 11       Boise, ID                    Knitting Factory Concert House

October 13       Seattle, WA                Neptune Theatre

October 14       Portland, OR              Wonder Ballroom

October 18       San Francisco, CA      Regency Ballroom

October 19       Los Angeles, CA          The Fonda Theatre

October 21       San Diego, CA             Music Box

October 24       Tempe, AZ                   The Marquee

October 26       Dallas, TX                     Granada Theater

October 27       San Antonio, TX            The Aztec Theater

October 29       Austin, TX                      Emo’s

November 1     Minneapolis, MN            First Avenue

November 2     St. Louis, MO                  Delmar Hall

November 3     Chicago, IL                      Metro

November 5     Toronto, ON                     Phoenix Concert Theatre

November 8     New York, NY                  Irving Plaza

November 9     Philadelphia, PA              Theatre of Living Arts

November 10   Boston, MA                      Royale

November 13   Columbus, OH                 Newport Music Hall

November 14   Detroit, MI                        Majestic Theatre

November 15   Cleveland, OH                 House of Blues

November 17   Indianapolis, IN               Deluxe @ Old National Center

November 18   Nashville, TN                   Cannery Ballroom

November 19   Atlanta, GA                      Variety Playhouse

November 20   Washington, D.C.             9:30 Club


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