Echosmith signs to Why&How

Multi-platinum trio Echosmith has announced its signing to WHY&HOW. Performing together for over a decade, siblings Sydney Sierota [lead vocals], Noah Sierota [vocals, bass], and Graham Sierota [drums] are joining the full-service artist management and music company for the next chapter in their already impressive career.

Echosmith is the newest addition to the WHY&HOW roster which includes Brian Kelley, Chase Rice, BRELAND, Drake White, KALEO, Seaforth, Kelleigh Bannen, Tyler Braden, Whiskey Myers, ZZ Ward, A Thousand Horses and more.

Hailed as “uplifting and honest” (Music Mayhem Magazine), Echosmith has been sharing “frank confessional emotions” (Billboard) since 2013, when the group released their smash debut single, “Cool Kids.” Certified 3X PLATINUM with a peak at No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100, the new wave earworm introduced the world to Echosmith’s sunny brand of alternative California Pop. The group followed “Cool Kids” with 2X PLATINUM single “Bright” and their GOLD major label debut album, TALKING DREAMS. In 2020, they dropped their second full-length and first independent release, LONELY GENERATION, an Alternative-Pop rumination on the universal coming-of-age experience backed by lush guitars and analog synths. Produced by the siblings’ father, Jeffery David, the project brought the group back to the roots of Echosmith as each member reflected on their own personal growth.

Garnering 1 BILLION+ global streams to date, Echosmith has headlined countless shows, toured alongside twenty one pilots and Pentatonix, performed on major TV shows including The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, TODAY, and The Late Late Show with James Corden, and received praise from the likes of Billboard, Vulture, Variety, Elle, Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, and Nylon. They have collaborated with Timbaland, for KING & COUNTRY and Audien, plus Sydney has even graced the stage for a viral duet with Taylor Swift.

Currently, the trio is working on new music expected for release in the coming months.