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If you sought comparisons for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
forthcoming self-titled album, you would hear the soulfulness of The Supremes’
'Where Did Our Love Go', the raw exuberant pop of The Beatles 'Yellow
Submarine' and the psychedelic echoes of Jefferson Airplane's 'Surrealistic
Pillow'. But at its roots, the album shows a band evolved and hopeful for the
future.
Some tracks from this new release were originally recorded as the bookend piece
to their sophomore album, Here, but in their last year of touring, this collection
of songs was reimagined, taking on their own shape. They ... Read more

If you sought comparisons for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
forthcoming self-titled album, you would hear the soulfulness of The Supremes’
'Where Did Our Love Go', the raw exuberant pop of The Beatles 'Yellow
Submarine' and the psychedelic echoes of Jefferson Airplane's 'Surrealistic
Pillow'. But at its roots, the album shows a band evolved and hopeful for the
future.
Some tracks from this new release were originally recorded as the bookend piece
to their sophomore album, Here, but in their last year of touring, this collection
of songs was reimagined, taking on their own shape. They are upbeat, boisterous
and passionate, with gospel chorus harmonies, raw, wailing vocals, and deep-inthe-
pocket rhythms. "Better Days" mirrors perfectly the feelings of a country
emerging from several years of tough times as the light of hope begins to peak
through. It may be their most earnest work yet.
Each release by this incredibly talented family of 10+ seems different and
transformed from the last, while still maintaining the principles they arrived with
—community, exploration and self-relevance. Frontman Alex Ebert, who
produced this new album himself, shared, "these songs mean everything to me.
It's the rawest, most liberated, most rambunctious stuff we've done."
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros new album will be released July 23rd on
Community Music.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros formed in 2007 after singer Alex Ebert
met fellow singer Jade Castrinos outside of Little Pedro’s in downtown Los
Angeles. In 2009 the 10-member troupe released their debut album, Up From
Below, which featured the hit "Home" as well as fan favorites "40 Day Dream"
and "Janglin". The band has spent the past few years touring the world while
winning over audiences at festivals like Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza,
Leeds, Austin City Limits and more. Their follow up album, Here, was released in
May 2012 and featured the tracks "Man On Fire" and "That's What's Up." The
album debuted at #1 on the Independent Music Chart and #5 on Billboard Top
200 Chart the week after its release. Relix Magazine hailed it as "an album full of
undeniable folk-rock hooks, gospel overtones, infectious lyrics, orchestral swells
and a whole lot of love." Entertainment Weekly declared, "...they've got so much
heart, they can crush hipster irony with one squeeze of the accordion." The album
was listed at number seven on Rolling Stone's "Best Albums of 2012" List.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

If you sought comparisons for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
forthcoming self-titled album, you would hear the soulfulness of The Supremes’
'Where Did Our Love Go', the raw exuberant pop of The Beatles 'Yellow
Submarine' and the psychedelic echoes of Jefferson Airplane's 'Surrealistic
Pillow'. But at its roots, the album shows a band evolved and hopeful for the
future.
Some tracks from this new release were originally recorded as the bookend piece
to their sophomore album, Here, but in their last year of touring, this collection
of songs was reimagined, taking on their own shape. They are upbeat, boisterous
and passionate, with gospel chorus harmonies, raw, wailing vocals, and deep-inthe-
pocket rhythms. "Better Days" mirrors perfectly the feelings of a country
emerging from several years of tough times as the light of hope begins to peak
through. It may be their most earnest work yet.
Each release by this incredibly talented family of 10+ seems different and
transformed from the last, while still maintaining the principles they arrived with
—community, exploration and self-relevance. Frontman Alex Ebert, who
produced this new album himself, shared, "these songs mean everything to me.
It's the rawest, most liberated, most rambunctious stuff we've done."
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros new album will be released July 23rd on
Community Music.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros formed in 2007 after singer Alex Ebert
met fellow singer Jade Castrinos outside of Little Pedro’s in downtown Los
Angeles. In 2009 the 10-member troupe released their debut album, Up From
Below, which featured the hit "Home" as well as fan favorites "40 Day Dream"
and "Janglin". The band has spent the past few years touring the world while
winning over audiences at festivals like Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza,
Leeds, Austin City Limits and more. Their follow up album, Here, was released in
May 2012 and featured the tracks "Man On Fire" and "That's What's Up." The
album debuted at #1 on the Independent Music Chart and #5 on Billboard Top
200 Chart the week after its release. Relix Magazine hailed it as "an album full of
undeniable folk-rock hooks, gospel overtones, infectious lyrics, orchestral swells
and a whole lot of love." Entertainment Weekly declared, "...they've got so much
heart, they can crush hipster irony with one squeeze of the accordion." The album
was listed at number seven on Rolling Stone's "Best Albums of 2012" List.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

If you sought comparisons for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
forthcoming self-titled album, you would hear the soulfulness of The Supremes’
'Where Did Our Love Go', the raw exuberant pop of The Beatles 'Yellow
Submarine' and the psychedelic echoes of Jefferson Airplane's 'Surrealistic
Pillow'. But at its roots, the album shows a band evolved and hopeful for the
future.
Some tracks from this new release were originally recorded as the bookend piece
to their sophomore album, Here, but in their last year of touring, this collection
of songs was reimagined, taking on their own shape. They are upbeat, boisterous
and passionate, with gospel chorus harmonies, raw, wailing vocals, and deep-inthe-
pocket rhythms. "Better Days" mirrors perfectly the feelings of a country
emerging from several years of tough times as the light of hope begins to peak
through. It may be their most earnest work yet.
Each release by this incredibly talented family of 10+ seems different and
transformed from the last, while still maintaining the principles they arrived with
—community, exploration and self-relevance. Frontman Alex Ebert, who
produced this new album himself, shared, "these songs mean everything to me.
It's the rawest, most liberated, most rambunctious stuff we've done."
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros new album will be released July 23rd on
Community Music.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros formed in 2007 after singer Alex Ebert
met fellow singer Jade Castrinos outside of Little Pedro’s in downtown Los
Angeles. In 2009 the 10-member troupe released their debut album, Up From
Below, which featured the hit "Home" as well as fan favorites "40 Day Dream"
and "Janglin". The band has spent the past few years touring the world while
winning over audiences at festivals like Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza,
Leeds, Austin City Limits and more. Their follow up album, Here, was released in
May 2012 and featured the tracks "Man On Fire" and "That's What's Up." The
album debuted at #1 on the Independent Music Chart and #5 on Billboard Top
200 Chart the week after its release. Relix Magazine hailed it as "an album full of
undeniable folk-rock hooks, gospel overtones, infectious lyrics, orchestral swells
and a whole lot of love." Entertainment Weekly declared, "...they've got so much
heart, they can crush hipster irony with one squeeze of the accordion." The album
was listed at number seven on Rolling Stone's "Best Albums of 2012" List.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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