Echo Boomer
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Echo Boomer

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"First EP review - Nightshift"

Opening track 'Where Are You Now' is steely and linear with chiming guitars and a downbeat feel that never sinks into self-absorbed whimsy. The piano-led 'Survive' is a chilly, questing paean to the power of love in the face of global catastrophe which is about twenty times better than that might sound. Together with the elegantly understated 'Seeds', the song shows off the band's strengths, in particular Jonny's voice - delicately powerful, calmly emotive – although both sound like they've sneaked out the back of 'The Bends'. Nightshift, May 2008 - Nightshift

"First EP review - Russ' Reviews"

The crystalline pop of 'Where Are You Now', the lead track of Echo Boomer's debut album, reminds me of the late lamented Gene. Everything from vocals to the music sounds so precise, yet still full of emotion, a difficult trick to pull off indeed….'Survive' is excellent stuff and the potential to be the big hit. It's as if the band are adrift at sea, but as everything's perfectly calm, they're blissfully happy to be there. Jonny's vocals ride the surface safe in the knowledge everything will be fine. Russ’s Reviews - Russel

"Fuzz Chauhdry - Amazing Radio DJ"

'guys, your stuff is ace. definitely my favourite new band to amazingtunes? maybe. either way, im going to playing your songs lots on my show. ive been listening to 'indie' songs ALL DAY and they all pretty much sound the same. your sound is an incredibly welcome change... x'
- Amazing Radio


Our first self-produced EP was released in 2008 with BBC Oxford Introducing airplay. Our second EP of new songs has just been finished and 2 tracks have already been played on BBC Oxford Introducing as well as the DAB station Amazing Radio



We are a band from Oxford, writing and rehearsing original songs in a barn late at night. We've done many headline and high-profile gigs, including supporting The Guillemots at a sold-out Brixton Academy and with The Temper Trap at the Oxford O2. We also reached the final of the Next Big Thing unsigned band competition last year and are currently (02/10) number 1 on the unsigned chart.

We love rhythm, melody and interesting sounds but it's always the song that comes first. Our music is commercial, ruthless and un-nostalgic - we do not believe in ‘rock and roll’. It’s anti-rock, anti-pop; at the same time, the music aspires to something new. We want people to want to live inside a song. To want to get drunk and put it on.