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Echosmith is the new face of rock

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Echosmith headlined a concert at the Metro. Jena Rose and The Score opened for the trio.

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Widely known for their song “Cool Kids,” Echosmith is definitely a band that you want to go back and listen to again for their passionate and creative indie pop style songs.

At Metro Chicago, confetti shot out from cannons and rained down onto the crowd, reflecting the cacophony of lights dancing their way off the stage. The members of the band glided onto the stage, taking their places as the audience continued to gaze in amazement at the thunderstorm of colors coming down around them.

Echosmith made jaws drop as they began their concert with the song “18,” instantly exciting the crowd and setting the tone of pure amazement for the rest of their show. Quickly followed were their songs “Future Me” and “Let’s Love,” and they truly showed the audience that they were unmistakably more than just the “one-hit-wonder” band of “Cool Kids.”

Their audience wasn’t just given the gift of hearing Echosmith though, as there was 2 openers to the band. Jena Rose was the first opener, with soulful pop songs such as “Paper Walls.” She introduced the idea of crowd participation to the concert by encouraging her audience to sing the chorus of her music along with her.

Rose was followed by The Score, the future face of rock with a strong Imagine Dragons feel, who got the crowd excited and on the edge of their seats before the band everyone had been waiting for came onto stage. With songs such as “Legend” and “Revolution,” The Score really blew their audience out of their seats.

Based in California, Echosmith started off as four talented siblings who wanted to impact the world with their music. Although now they have dropped down to three members, their music is still doing just that, as they have gained an immense following with their three albums currently out and have had multiple tours since when they started in 2009.

With Sydney Sierota as the lead vocalist, Noah Sierota on bass, and Graham Sierota on drums, this family band has all the makings of the next Foster the People.

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