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Echosmith New Album ‘Inside A Dream’ Out Sept. 29; Fall Tour Dates Confirmed

Echosmith returns with their highly-anticipated sophomore album, Inside A Dream, out September 29 via Warner Bros. Records. The 11-song set marks the long-awaited follow-up to their 2013 Gold-certified debut Talking Dreams, which spawned the triple-platinum breakout hit “Cool Kids.” A new track, “Goodbye,” will be released this Friday, July 14, alongside the official music video.

Following the album release, the band will embark on a 6-week North American tour, kicking off October 5 in Kansas City, MO. The artist presale – with a limited number of tickets and VIP packages – will start on Tuesday, July 11 at 10:00 a.m. local time, while the general on-sale will begin July 14 at 10:00 a.m. local time. To access the presale, fans will need to sign up for Echosmith’s mailing list at echosmith.com. See below for more information.

Inside A Dream marks a new and exciting direction for the LA-based alt-pop trio, showcasing a more mature and evolved sound. Led by charismatic frontwoman Sydney Sierota and rounded out by her brothers Noah (bass) and Graham (drums), the tight-knit siblings had to come to grips with the departure of big brother and guitar player Jamie, who chose to leave the band after the last album in order to spend more time with his wife and son. “We had to find ourselves as a trio instead of a quartet,” admits Noah. “At that point, we never had another musician on stage with us,” explains Sydney. “That literally forced us on a journey of having to discover this sound. We still had electric guitars, but they weren’t the center of the music anymore.” In order to bring that vision to life, the group utilized vintage synths, keys, and drum machines. As a result, Inside A Dream is awash in shimmering synths, airy guitars, and heavenly vocals that wouldn’t be out of place blasting from an eighties transistor radio during an episode Stranger Things.

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 4       Cleveland, OH                   House of Blues

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 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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