The Thaw – Toyota Ad
Toyota. Trucks! Bikes! Snow! Bikes! Wow. Featuring Echo Beach’s song 6000 Cats.
Pinkbike Weekend Slayer Episode 5
Its springtime with Graham Agassiz and his crew. Soundtrack by Echo Beach and their good friends Mother Sun. https://www.pinkbike.com/news/weekend-slayer-kamloops-with-aggy.html
Whale Songs LP
Echo Beach’s debut LP Whale Songs is a surf-inspired landscape with love stories on ice. Feet on the beach, deep in reflection, Whale Songs sorts out the pieces to understand where their love went wrong, and where it can still go right.
Pinkbike Weekend Slayer Episode 7
Shred everything with The Coastal Crew. Featuring Echo Beach’s song Homeless Joe. https://www.pinkbike.com/news/video-dylan-dunkerton-logan-peat-paul-genovese-and-friends-hit-up-the-sunshine-coast-weekend-slayer-episode-7.html?fbclid=IwAR10AqxIH-S5PHRoTK9lpy6qvKv1WE4LplXomPccjmThlXQ25Trrf7Lkrdc
Tourism Kamloops – Meet the Locals Feature
Local Kamloops ripper Soren Farenholtz rippin’ it. With Echo Beach’s Mexican Trouble providing the soundtrack. Nothing says tourism like Mexican Trouble.
Echo Beach’s first EP is a rolling collection of surf-rock songs. From the heights of the 6000 Cats intro to the down and greasy shudders of Mexican Trouble, the EP was noted by them radio folks as having “a timeless rock feel, while being undeniably modern.”
Party Bar Video
Good times in the mountains, and evidence from the beginning of Echo Beach’s musical journey. A video from the archives that encompasses the Echo Beach spirit, made by the band’s good friend Allan McVicar from Past 11 Productions, the maestro of capturing experiences.