In recent weeks, Echosmith has been teasing plans to share new music.
Monday, the band officially announced the release dates for a new song and album.
The audio and official music video for new song “Goodbye” will arrive July 14.
“Goodbye” will appear on the band’s sophomore album “Inside A Dream,” which is due for release on September 29. The 11-track album is the follow-up to Echosmith’s 2013 debut “Talking Dreams.”
It is also the band’s first release since the departure of original member (and lead guitarist) Jamie Sierota.
Jamie, the oldest of the four Sierota siblings, left to spend more time with his wife and son.
“We had to find ourselves as a trio instead of a quartet,” says bassist Noah of Jamie’s departure.
“At that point, we never had another musician on stage with us,” adds Sydney, the band’s lead singer. “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 [the] vision to life, the group utilized vintage synths, keys, and drum machines,” teases a press release from WB Records. “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.”
In addition to confirming the new music, Echosmith revealed a set of fall tour dates. Banners will be supporting on all but the Salt Lake City date.
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