Young Summer Announces New EP, Releases Moody New Single 'Echo': Exclusive Premiere
Washington D.C.-based indie pop singer-songwriter Young Summer -- née Bobbie Allen -- first hit the hype machine back in 2013, with evocative synth pop gems like "Fever Dream" and "Waves That Rolled You Under" off her debut LP Siren.
Returning to the fold this year, the musician has not-so-quietly built on the buzz, with a marked sonic evolution, and intricately woven cuts "Alright," "Fallout" and "Paused Parade," a collaboration with Aqualung's Matt Hales.
Today, she arrives with her next stunner "Echo," the latest tune off her just-announced new EP You Would Have Loved It Here, out October 28, and premiering exclusively via Billboard.
"'Echo' is a dreamy love letter to someone you will love but haven't met yet. The feelings so strong that you've painted them in your mind as if you already know them," she tells Billboard. "This song spreaks directly to them, wherever they are: 'You're drowning in the sound / I'm coming back for you now / Can you hear my echo?'"