Echosmith Previews Upcoming Tour with Special “Artists Den” Concert in New York City

Echosmith: Live from the Artists Den was taped on Brookfield Place’s waterfront plaza and will air at a later date on American Public Television

Photo Credit: Kevin Condon Shutterstock for Artists Den

Just a few days after announcing their new musical chapter Lonely GenerationEchosmith gave fans an exclusive sneak peek of their upcoming music and tour with a special concert in New York City on Wednesday (October 23).

Teaming up with Artists Den, the critically acclaimed television music series best known for presenting intimate concerts by extraordinary artists in non-traditional settings, the alt-pop trio took over Brookfield Place’s waterfront plaza on a cool fall night in the Financial District neighborhood of Manhattan, captivating the crowd with their anthems upheld by lush guitars and analog synths.

Band members (and siblings) Sydney, Noah and Graham Sierota performed their new single and lead track “Lonely Generation” as well as hits “Cool Kids,” “Bright,” and “Over My Head.” Teasing the new album coming in January, the band also treated fans to “Diamonds,” “Stuck,” “Love You Better,” “Last Forever,” and more.

Fans can check out Echosmith’s Lonely Generation Tour beginning February 12 in Washington, D.C. as it makes its way across North America before wrapping in Los Angeles on March 5. Tickets are on sale now at echosmith.com.

Click through the gallery below to see some of the best moments from Echosmith: Live from the Artists Den and make sure to catch the full performance later this spring on American Public Television.

Written by Juliet Schroder

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