Early Echosmith: A peek at the band before “Cool Kids”

Echosmith, an alt-pop sibling quartet, with writer Amy Brooks at the House of Blues in Cleveland. From left are Noah, Sydney, Jamie and Graham Sierota. (Photo by Bryanna Gwitt)

Echosmith, an alt-pop sibling quartet, with writer Amy Brooks at the House of Blues in Cleveland. From left are Noah, Sydney, Jamie and Graham Sierota. (Photo by Bryanna Gwitt)

We first interviewed Echosmith in early 2013, a solid year-plus before “Cool Kids” catapulted them to stardom. Since then, we’ve caught up with the band several times, including this interview I conducted with lead singer Sydney Sierota for Buffalo.com.

After that first interview, which took place at the House of Blues in Cleveland, the four-sibling band played an acoustic version of their song “Come Together,” which is now the first track on their “Talking Dreams” album.

As a fun little throwback, here’s that acoustic jam. Enjoy!

— Tim O’Shei

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