ECHOREV
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ECHOREV

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Brooklyn, New York, United States
Duo Rock Indie

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ECHOREV is an international duo that sings songs, drops beats, and builds spaceships that will take you on a journey from the light into the darkness and back again. Noisey just premiered the first of three videos that will be released over the next six months.

Johnny Nicholson (California) and Jörn Bielfeldt (Germany) craft a new breed of electronic pop. They perform songs propelled by soaring vocals and dynamic instrumental layering, mixing raw and ethereal sounds, with “anthem quality and many a sing-a-long moment.” (The Owl Magazine)

With their moniker inspired by the French word for ‘dream’ – ‘rêve’, the band is sharing their dreams with audiences worldwide. They have performed over 150 shows across Europe and the U.S. in support of their debut album, Find North (September 2011), and their latest EP – The Mermaid & The Astronaut (June 2012).

Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Johnny Nicholson, and experimental German drummer, Jörn Bielfeldt found each other at Berklee College of Music, in Boston at the end of ’08. There the two began defining the sound that would become ECHOREV. Johnny, a California native, had toured the country as a solo performer, developing an ever-expanding and evolving catalog of not-so-traditional folk pop songs. Anchored in his natural, soulful vocal delivery and intricate finger picking guitar style, Johnny’s songs-as-tone-poems took on a new light in collaboration with Jörn. With roots in electronic music, hip-hop, and free improvisation, Jörn’s unorthodox, driving, and even melodic approach to the drums helped ECHOREV develop an “eclectic yet distinct sound” (Crayonbeats). 

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