Echo Movement is an American alternative/reggae band based in New Jersey. As of summer, 2009, they are a seven-piece band. The band was originally formed in 2004 by brothers Stephen and David Fowler. They recorded and released a self-titled album in June 2005.
The album generated regional cult success.In 2006, Drum Corps International veteran Colin Bell joined the band. Among the three, plus a series of guest musicians, Echo Movement independently released their second full-length album in June 2006, "On My Way.
"With the addition of a horn section, Echo Movement expanded to an eight-piece band in 2008. The band released their third independent album in June 2009, "In The Ocean." The album includes a track with guest musician Chris Thatcher, drummer for the rock/ska band Streetlight Manifesto, and a track introduction taken from a public lecture by theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking.
"In The Ocean" was met with immense popular growth and a debut national tour, including a leg of the Warped Tour 2009. The tour, "Echo Movement In The Ocean Tour '09, brought to you by Fukkit" was funded by a series of sponsors, including the New Jersey-based surf clothing company, Fukkit Clothing.
In The Ocean's album cover was painted by surf artist Jay Alders. According to various resources, including Alders' website, it was painted while the album was recorded. The original artwork is called "Burning Inspiration.
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