Electronic, Indie, Pop, Rock
Warpaint, The Xx, Bombay Bicycle Club, Asgeir, Alpine, Radiohead
Zana Rose (vox, electric piano, synth), Jenna Murphy (vox/electric guitar), James McKenna (bass guitar), and Marc Watson (drums & samples).
Warpaint, Ainslie Wills, The War On Drugs, Haim, Dirty Projectors
As a follow up to their debut EP 'Dreamers', E for Echo have kicked off 2019 with the release of Oh Boy, the first single off their sophomore EP ‘How To Win’. The band launched the single live on stage, opening for The Jezabels as part of their massive national tour.
E for Echo’s sophomore EP ‘How To Win’ will be dropping later this year.
E for Echo’s sound is awash with dream-pop soundscapes that dip deep below the surface into expansive intensity, growing from years of collaboration between Jenna and Zana. In 2016 they gave themselves the next logical push, into the warm embrace of a full band. The group are now gaining a wide audience and stellar reputation for their dynamic and engaging live shows.
Jenna and Zana recently completed a co-write/record with Not A Boy’s Name (Island Records) and have also playing extensively over the past couple of years. They shared stages twice with Mumford and Sons, opened for Ngaiire, A.D.K.O.B and Letters To Lions. They are also gearing up to support the legendary Van Duren (US) on his debut 2019 AU tour.
The band have worked with renowned producer Ross James (Chet Faker, Vera Blue), Simon Berckelman at Golden Retriever (The Internet, How To Dress Well) & Steve Smart (David Bowie). ‘How To Win’ however is entirely self-produced.
The Sydney 4-piece is made up of Jenna Murphy (vox/electric guitar), Zana Rose (vox, electric piano, synths), James McKenna (bass guitar), and Marc Watson (beats and samples).