Vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Richard Warren may be the traveling force in back of Echoboy, a psychedelic electronic task influenced by Bob Dylan, Tv, Kraftwerk as well as the Chemical substance Brothers. The Nottingham, Britain indigenous was also the vocalist/songwriter/guitarist for the Hybirds, who disbanded immediately after their critically-acclaimed self-titled debut recording premiered in 1998. Through the group’s dissolution, Warren started focusing on Echoboy materials and even passed out copies from the 1st single, Flashlegs, in the Hybirds’ last gigs. Later on that yr Warren released the debut recording Echoboy by himself Point Empty imprint and released singles together with Earworm Information and Tough Trade before putting your signature on a cope with Mute Information, who released the EP Frances Says the Blade Can be Alive in 1999 and the next full-length, Quantity 1, in 2000. Soon after the album’s launch, Echoboy continued tour using the Doves and Elastica and performed at that year’s Sonar Event in Spain. The full-length Quantity 2 followed soon thereafter in past due 2000. Echoboy’s third recording Giraffe found its way to early 2003 and earned critical acclaim because of its darkly poppy digital audio; that year’s Recently Lonely EP continuing in this fresh direction.