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Multi-platinum alt-pop trio Echosmith has released a delicate new version of fan-favorite single, “Tell Her You Love Her” ft. multi-platinum singer/songwriter Mat Kearney. The re-imagined take of the track, originally off Echosmith’s debut album ‘Talking Dreams’ and garnering over 26 million global streams, offers an outside perspective on a relationship and acts as a reminder to tell those you love how you feel, now bolstered by Kearney‘s captivating and warm vocals – PRESS HERE to listen/watch the video.
‘Tell Her You Love Her’ turned out to be one of the most important songs we’ve ever written. Whether it was the song someone proposed to or this was the song they had their first dance to, it’s amazing to see how it’s touched so many. Having Mat sing on it just took it to the next level for me. We’ve been fans of him for a long time and the fact that he wanted to do this meant so much to us and made the song even more special,” shares Echosmith about the song. “During quarantine, we rediscovered this beautiful version of a fan favorite and I’m so happy everyone gets to finally hear it. I hope it brings back all those memories and gives you a chance to make some new ones too.
I remember being a little nervous the day we recorded this song because it took me a minute to find the right harmony. But we did,” shares Kearney. “I really enjoyed getting to being a part of this song. It was my pleasure to add to Sydney’s already beautiful performance.
Echosmith’s sophomore album Lonely Generation, out now on the band’s record label Echosmith Media which was created in 2018 with ADA, reached #2 on the iTunes Pop Chart and #11 on the iTunes Overall Album Chart. PRESS HERE to listen. On the album, Echosmith ponders the beauty in our differences, embraces individuality, and explores the growing pains and happy moments that come with growing up which can be heard throughout singles “Scared To Be Alone,” Diamonds,” “Follow You,” “Lonely Generation,” “Shut Up And Kiss Me,” and “Lost Somebody.”
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