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 Echo Us release two new videos from latest album!

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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2018 7:07 am    Echo Us release two new videos from latest album! Reply with quoteBack to top

MAY MORNING DEW (VIDEOCLIP):
https://youtu.be/8d9k6ABmNDg


Ethan Matthew's Echo Us is set to release two brand-new videoclips from the critically acclaimed album, To Wake a Dream in Moving Water.


On the heals of Echo Us' most recent release, To Wake a Dream in Moving Water comes the second and third music videos from the album - the Celtic-traditional ambient melody, "May Morning Dew", followed by "Aeriel (Satre Dance)".


On May 14, "May Morning Dew", the Celtic-traditional piece made famous by The Chieftans and many others receives an ambient-guitar treatment by Matthews and Echo Us - the first time the piece has ever been reworked for electric guitar.


"Aeriel (Satre Dance)" was originally released on an independent label compilation in the UK in October 1998, and was reprised on the new Echo Us album. It was chosen as a videoclip because of its engaging melody that has previously been referred to as a "love it or hate it, certainly hard to forget" theme. "Aeriel" combines the approach of earlier Echo Us videoclips, but with a new focus on found objects.


FULL PRESS RELEASE:
http://www.emol.org/calendar/ethan-matthews-echo-us-to-wake-a-dream-in-moving-water/

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