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Forty Foot Echo

Forty Foot Echo is a Canadian alternative rock band formed in 2001. Murray Yates formed Forty Foot Echo immediately after losing his record deal with EMI as the lead singer of Templar. After being courted by several record companies he signed a deal with Hollywood records. He moved from Vancouver, BC to Los Angeles, CA to begin recording Forty Foot Echo's first major label album, along with lead guitarist Pete Thorn, rhythm guitarist Eric Schraeder, bassist Miguel Sanchez, and drummer Rob Kurzreiter. "Brand New Day", the band's most successful song from their debut album, was featu ...read more

Forty Foot Echo is a Canadian alternative rock band formed in 2001. Murray Yates formed Forty Foot Echo immediately after losing his record deal with EMI as the lead singer of Templar. After being courted by several record companies he signed a deal with Hollywood records. He moved from Vancouver, BC to Los Angeles, CA to begin recording Forty Foot Echo's first major label album, along with lead guitarist Pete Thorn, rhythm guitarist Eric Schraeder, bassist Miguel Sanchez, and drummer Rob Kurzreiter. "Brand New Day", the band's most successful song from their debut album, was featured on the soundtrack of the 2003 version of Freaky Friday, which earned the band an American gold record. The song "Drift" was used in the feature film The Prince and Me in 2004, as well as on the TV series One Tree Hill, season one, episode one. The band filmed the video for "Brand New Day" in Toronto, ON, and "Save Me" in Los Angeles, CA; both were aired on Much Music. « hide

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Forty Foot Echo
2003

3.3
2 Votes

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