Echosmith Reveals Cover Art and Tracklist for Self-Titled Album

Multi-platinum alt-pop band Echosmith have revealed the cover art and tracklist for their upcoming self-titled studio album Echosmithout July 28. PRESS HERE to pre-save.

Echosmith Tracklist:



Sucks 2 Be Us


Perfect Light

Golden Child


Brother, Sister


Hang Around



The choice to self-title their album Echosmith is a declaration of sorts. It represents Sydney, Noah and Graham Sierota’s fresh perspective and newly liberated approach as they lean into a sonic shift and bare-it-all songwriting that came from the kind of questions, uncertainties, and anxieties that we all can feel at times when taking stock of our lives and thinking about what’s next. New single Sour further illuminates this new chapter for the band. Inspired by the challenges and commitment that Sydney found within her long-distance marriage, “Sour” features her silky vocals and a grandiose synth wave-inspired production by Noah.

After starting their careers so young and absorbing the influences and pressures of the industry for more than 10 years, during which Echosmith achieved 1 billion streams, multiplatinum success, a ubiquitous hit song with “Cool Kids,” widespread critical acclaim, and countless sold out shows, the band began to tap into their innermost artistic vision and ask themselves what kind of music they truly wanted to make. Deciding to boldly strip away all they have known, they took full creative control of their career with a newfound freedom and independence, and began songwriting and producing alone (a first for the band) as a form of therapy and a way to have fun, to see what would organically transpire. The result is a left-of-center pop kaleidoscope of cinematic alternative soundscapes, breezy pop hooks, and crystalline synths that embody the original indie spirit of the band.

The forthcoming album, which also features previously released songs “Gelato,” “Hang Around,” and “Hindsight,” reveals who Echosmith really is at their core as young adults and as a family, exploring their marriages, doubts and anxieties, their protective sibling dynamic, their spiritual journey, and their evolving perspective on life after a phase of tremendous personal growth on their own separate journeys.

Catch Echosmith perform at the Wonderstruck Festival in Cleveland, OH on July 8!