Echosmith is an American indie pop band formed in February 2009 in Chino, California. Originally formed as a quartet of siblings, the band currently consists of Sydney, Noah, and Graham Sierota, following the departure of eldest sibling Jamie in 2016. Echosmith started first as “Ready Set Go!” until they signed to Warner Bros. Records in May 2012. They are best known for the song “Cool Kids”, which reached number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified triple platinum by the RIAA with over 1,200,000 sales in the United States and also double platinum by ARIA in Australia. The song was Warner Bros. Records’ fifth-biggest-selling digital song of 2014, with 1.3 million downloads sold. The band’s debut album, Talking Dreams, was released on October 1, 2013. Here are all of Echosmith albums ranked.
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3. Inside A Dream (2017)
“To me, “Inside a Dream” features seven fantastic songs. They all spotlight great songwriting, arrangements, and vocals. Lead vocalist, Sydney, has an amazingly sweet voice that I feel “echoes” (no pun intended) the kind-hearted and fun person that she is. It’s hard to pick a favorite song because it seems to be the one that I’m currently listening to. “Dear World” and “Future Me” deliver very special messages, though.”
2. Lonely Generation (2020)
“7 years after their debut album, Talking Dreams, Echosmith returns with their sophomore LP, Lonely Generation and their spark hasn’t died. Their brand of catchy Indie Pop/Pop Rock is still present throughout the 12 tracks. Although there is nothing groundbreaking about Lonely Generation, the album is still worth listening to. Best tracks are “Lonely Generation”, “Shut Up and Kiss Me” and “Lost Somebody”.”
1. Talking Dreams (2013)
“I think this is an awesome album. They’ve got Warner Bros. Music backing them so the production is super-polished and everything sounds flawless. Regardless – I think this album would be awesome regardless of the amazing production on it. The songs are so tight, the melodies are fantastic, she’s got a great voice, the bass riffs have groove, and the guitarist is amazing. I love this album.”