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Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros have made a mark in the music industry for their distinct sound. Formed in 2007, this American indie folk band brings various music styles to the table. Among them include Gospel, folk, roots rock, folk rock, neo psychedelia and alternative rock to mention a few. Their sound is often reflective of names like Bob Marley, Polyphonic Spree, Parliament and the Incredible String Band. Hailing from Los Angeles, California, the band has grown in stature particularly for its captivating live performances. They staged their first performance in 2007 at The Troubadour located in West Hollywood, California. Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeroes have not looked back ever since then. The band has made numerous television appearances including the famous television show, Late Night with David Letterman. Since their live shows have contributed immensely to their already increasing popularity, join them live by purchasing Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros tickets.
The band’s history dates back to the days when Alex Ebert was recovering from his drug addiction. This was a difficult time for him as he had lost sight of where or who he wanted to be. However he started looking things from a different perspective post his encounter with Castrinos. Soon the two began writing songs. This attempt later shaped into Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros. The band has produced several hits including 40 Day Dream/Geez Louise, Man on Fire, Chickens in Love, Memory of a Free Festival and Home. They have performed at festivals like Coachella, Leeds, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits etc.
Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros released their debut album titled Up From Below in 2009. Apart from the three singles Carries On, Simplest Love, 40 Day Dream, it featured their universal hit Home. The album charted at number 76 and 86 on the US Billboard 200 and the Australian Albums Chart respectively while reaching 132 on the Canadian Albums Chart. It received positive response from the music critics such as The Arts Section, Drowned in Sound, Uncut and Prefix Mag. Besides Home, Janglin and Kisses over Babylon also gained popularity as they were featured in Ford Fiesta’s commercial (2011) and Beavis and Butthead (8th season) respectively.
The band’s second album came out in 2012. It is titled ‘Here.’ Man on Fire, All Wash Out, I Don’t Wanna Pray and Dear Believer are some of the songs from the album. The indie folk/folk rock/neo psychedelic album reached number 5 and 37 on the US Billboard 200 and the Australian Albums Chart. It sold around 35,000 copies in the US. Rolling Stone put the album on 7th spot on its list of Best Albums of 2012 while praising the lead singer’s vocals by saying that he “sings earnestly about love and spirituality.”
The magazine also lauded the band’s harmonies and instrumentation. Compared to Up From Below, Here is a collection of low tempo songs with a few exceptions such as That’s What’s Up. Incorporating a variety of music styles such as indie folk, neo psychedelic, gospel, indie rock and roots rock, the third self titled album by the band hit the shelves in 2013. This album is a proof of the fact that the band has grown by leaps and bounds in terms of maturity. Centering on love, the album kicks off with Better Days and picks up the pace with Let’s Get High. Life is Hard, Remember to Remember, Country Calling and Please are among other tracks from the album. Garnering generally positive reviews from the music critics, the album offers a different sound that combines psychedelic San Francisco guitars and harmonies with tambourines and horns. Apart from Alex Ebert’s mesmerizing vocals, the record also puts Jade Castrinos in the spotlight as she showcases her vocal prowess through Remember to Remember.
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