On Sept 4th, 2012, Echo Movement will release their new album Love and the Human Outreach. As a taste of what fans can expect from new Echo Movement, they’ve agreed to release new song “In Good Time” for FREE Download this week only…
Echo Movement – “In Good Time”
“In Good Time” Background & Quote:
There’s always a lot of excitement leading up to an album release and as Echo Movement gears up for the release of Love and the Human Outreach, they pull back the curtain a little bit and invite us in on what their new song “In Good Time” embodies with its background & meaning…
“The new album is kind of a romantic personification of theoretical physics. “In Good Time” is about being away from a love while on tour. At the same time, it’s from the perspective of a photon particle in something called the Double Slit Experiment. Definitely look that up- everyone should know as much as possible about how reality works. Anyway, sometimes when we tour, we feel like weird little particles bouncing from town to town. Ultimately we know the probability of returning to our homes and girlfriends and such, however unpredictable the path may be..”
–David Fowler, Echo Movement
Echo Movement Bio/Background:
Echo Movement is about love. It’s about a passion to learn, communicate and appreciate life’s opportunities. It’s a recognition of the ability to choose your level of involvement in humanity. It’s respect for the earth and our global community and an honor to the pursuit of happiness. It’s a shrine to the human range of emotions. It’s an expression of music, culture and freedom. Echo Movement is about love, and that is all you need.
With Echo Movements new album Love and the Human Outreach, it features sounds created using data collected by NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope. The 6 month project drew help from the SETI Institute, PlanetHunters.org and the Sonification Lab at Georgia Tech to produce audio from binary star system. The results were composed into melodies used on the album’s title track.
In addition, the album taps into the original audio on the Gold Record- a phonograph to the 1977 Voyager I and II spacecrafts, now the furthest man made objects from Earth. The audio consists of pulsars and greetings from earth.
To back it all up, the lyrics romanticize everything from quantum entanglement to theories of human evolution. Echo Movement drew inspiration from late great thinkers like astrophysicist Car Sagan, engineer Buckminster Fuller and evolutionary theorist Terrence McKenna.
Enjoy the FREE track on the Home Page!
Article By: Mike Patti
Here’s a live video of Echo Movement performing new song “Spaceship Earth” on the House of Marley stage during the 2012 Vans Warped Tour.