Debuting in 2005 with two experimental albums, brothers Stephen (vocals) and David (keyboards) steered away from trendy record deals and opted for musical freedom.
Echo Movement's first bit of success came in 2009 with the release of In The Ocean. The album featured the track "I Think God Smokes Weed" which found an immediate place as an underground hit.
That same year, Echo Movement swelled to a seven piece band and took their first run on the Vans Warped Tour. The band would join VWT again in 2010 and 2012, among dozens of independent tours across the US.
In 2012, Echo Movement released Love and the Human Outreach. The album was named a "most-anticipated album" by reggae-rock authority The Pier, and was featured in multiple mainstream news outlets (CNN, Wired Magazine, MSNBC) for turning NASA star data into music.