ECHOSMITH’S VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE “BRIGHT” PREMIERES WITH MTV AND VH1

ECHOSMITH’S VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE “BRIGHT” PREMIERES WITH MTV AND VH1

“Bright” is the alluring new single from alt-pop breakout band Echosmith. “Bright” is already making huge waves at radio, and now MTV.com and VH1.com have premiered the accompanying music video. MTV describes the video as “just as beautiful as the song” and “completely light-hearted” in the masterful way that it “compares the complicated feeling of love into something that’s simply romantic: star-gazing.”

Directed by Declan Whitebloom (Taylor Swift, One Direction), the video follows the band as they prepare to head out on a camping adventure with a group of friends. As lead singer Sydney Sierota exclusively told ETonline behind the scenes at the shoot, “The song is very simple but at the same time it has a lot of meaning behind it, just about love.” She elaborated, “It’s about your friends and your significant other and all those that you interact with daily. That’s why this song I think deserves such a simple and beautiful video.”

“Bright” is the follow-up to last year’s certified platinum hit “Cool Kids,” which first launched the LA-based siblings into the spotlight. The new single just officially impacted at radio last week, and immediately was the #1 most added at both Top 40 and Hot AC, marking the beginning of what is sure to be a huge 2015 for Echosmith. The band just launched their first full-scale headline tour across the country, with multiple dates already sold out, and upcoming stops including Atlanta, New York, and Philadelphia. A full list of confirmed dates is below, and tickets are available now at Echosmith.com.

ECHOSMITH 2015 HEADLINE TOUR

02/12     3rd and Lindsley – Nashville, TN *SOLD OUT*

02/14     Fitzgerald’s Upstairs – Houston, TX *SOLD OUT*

02/15     Emo’s – Austin, TX *SOLD OUT*

02/18     House of Blues – New Orleans, LA

02/20     The Social – Orlando, FL *SOLD OUT*

02/24     The Loft – Atlanta, GA

02/25     Visulite Theatre – Charlotte, NC

02/26     930 Club – Washington, DC *SOLD OUT*

02/27     Webster Hall (Grand Ballroom) – New York, NY

02/28     Theatre of the Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA

03/01     Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA *SOLD OUT*

03/03     Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre – Montreal, QC

03/05     Virgin Mobile Mod Club – Toronto, ON *SOLD OUT*

03/06     Beachland Ballroom & Tavern – Cleveland, OH

03/07     Shelter – Detroit, MI *SOLD OUT*

03/08     Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH

03/11     Deluxe @ Old National Center – Indianapolis, IN

03/12     Metro – Chicago, IL

03/13     Varsity Theater – Minneapolis, MN *SOLD OUT*

03/14     The Ready Room – St. Louis, MO

03/15     Pot of Gold Music Festival – Tempe, AZ

03/17     Gothic Theatre – Englewood, CO

03/18     The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT

03/20     Wonder Ballroom – Portland, OR

03/21     Showbox at the Market – Seattle, WA

03/22     The Rio Theatre – Vancouver, Ca

03/25     The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA

03/27     The Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

03/28     House of Blues – Anaheim, CA *SOLD OUT*

03/29     House of Blues – San Diego, CA

04/07     Hemming Park – Jacksonville, FL

05/15     Rock In Rio Festival – Las Vegas, NV

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