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Echosmith’s New Single “Over My Head” Impacting Pop Radio On March 20

“Over My Head” will go for pop radio adds in March.

Echosmith | Rene + Radka [WB Records Press Photo]

Echosmith has not charted at pop radio since “Bright” reached the Top 20 in 2015.

Label WB Records is hoping looking to change that statistic.

The WB radio team just issued the band’s new single “Over My Head” to pop radio. According to an accompanying promotional document, “Over My Head” will go for adds in conjunction with the March 20 pop radio add board.

Then a four-piece, Echosmith broke through with its multi-platinum hit single “Cool Kids.” The aforementioned “Bright” also fared well.

The sibling band began releasing new music as a trio (eldest brother Jamie left Echosmith) in the summer of 2017, but none of the initial new songs was formally promoted at pop radio.

Written by Brian Cantor

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