Echo Town

"Not surprisingly a good festival band.” – Alan Raw BBC Introducing

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Meet Echo Town, a duo consisting of brothers Ric and Robert Harrison who achieve a full band sound with just two pairs of hands. Transplanted from Yorkshire to Cornwall their fanbase is divided between the two places and where ever they've played along route between the two locations. Instantly recognisable for their multi-instrumental performances and eclectic sound they mix the culture of the surf soaked South West with contemporary freedom songs.

A live performance sees the brothers adeptly using guitar, lap-slide, stomp box, harmonica, didgeridoo and percussion with soul full singing and harmonies all full of energy. In the 3 years since the conception of Echo Town they've toured the UK playing festivals and venues including the support slots to Xavier Rudd & the United Nations, Wille & the bandits, Dreadzone Soundsystem, My Baby  and Tankus the Henge  plus filmed for the Balcony TV websites and appearing on various BBC Introducing shows. In 2016 they became endorsed by Anderwood Guitars and Protection Racket.

Echo Town released their second album ‘Come on Over’ in June 2011, inspired by family relationships, the great outdoors and surfing on the East English coast. ‘Come on Over’ was accompanied by music video for their single ‘Feeling Alright’ there most downloaded track to date. They released their third album, 'Be Strong Troop On' in 2015 which is the duo's best selling to date and will be back on the road in 2018.