South London shoegaze duo Echo Lake got their begin in past due 2010 after maker and multi-instrumentalist Thom Hill met vocalist Linda Jarvis at artwork college. Jarvis was a previous choir woman and Hill was a longtime lover of traditional shoegaze and desire pop albums. Both began operating meticulously on recordings, using their 1st steps out in to the world to arrive early 2011 by means of the Youthful Silence EP on London indie label No Discomfort in Pop. The music group worked exclusively being a duo in songwriting and documenting, but was prolonged to a five-piece for the unusual live time. Echo Lake would to push out a 7″ aswell as adding to a various-artists 7″ compilation before launching their debut full-length, Crazy Peace, in the summertime of 2012. The record premiered on No Discomfort in Play the U.K. and on indie pop mainstay Slumberland Information in the us. Unfortunately, the album’s discharge nearly coincided using the unexpected loss of life of drummer Pete Hayes, who was simply just 25. After regrouping for a little bit, the band going back to the studio using their friend Misha Herring at his Holy Hill Studios. They spent 2 yrs focusing on their second record, the greater epic and expansive Period. Mastered by Timothy Stollenwerk, who done among the band’s preferred information, Grouper’s Dragging a Deceased Deer Up a Hill, the record premiered by No Discomfort in Play early 2015.