The Echoing Green (band)

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The Echoing Green
The Echoing Green promo.jpg
The Echoing Green promotional photo
Background information
OriginAlbuquerque, New Mexico, United States
GenresElectronica, synthpop, dark wave
Years active1992–present
  • Joey Belville
  • Chrissy Jeter

The Echoing Green is an electronic/synthpop band. It began as a duo between Joey Belville and Aaron Bowman in 1992,[1] and has since released eleven major albums.

While founder Belville is a devout Christian, it is difficult to apply the same label to the band itself. While the lyrics are at times clearly infused with a strong element of faith, they are not strictly praise. Christian artists also make occasional appearances. For instance, Riki Michele provided vocals on "Defend Your Joy", though she was uncredited for the part.[1]

A remix of the song "Oxygen" from Hope Springs Eternal appeared on the Sci-Fi Channel's show First Wave.[2]

On February 21, 2011, the band announced their completion of mastering on In Scarlet and Vile, which later went to release on March 11, 2011.[3][4]


Studio albums[edit]

  • Defend Your Joy (1994)
  • Hope Springs Eternal (1997)
  • The Echoing Green / The W's Split EP (1998)
  • The Echoing Green (1998)
  • Supernova (2000)
  • Music from the Ocean Picture (2001)
  • The Winter of Our Discontent (2003)
  • In Scarlet and Vile (2011)

Remix albums[edit]

  • Aurora 7.2 (1995)
  • Science Fiction (1996) (re-issued in 2001)
  • The Evergreen Annex - Remix Addendum (2002)

Live albums[edit]

  • Glimmer of Hope (1999) (Recorded Live At TOM Fest '98)

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Electronica (1998)
  • Oceanaria v1.0 (2000)
  • The Evergreen Collection (2002)
  • Songs of Innocence and Experience - Hope and Science (2006 reissue of Hope Springs Eternal and Science Fiction)


  • "If I Could..." (1999)
  • "She's Gone Tragic" (2000)
  • "Fall Awake" (2003)
  • "The Story of Our Lives" (2004)
  • "Suffer" (2007)
  • "Sanctuary" (2008)


  1. ^ a b Powell, Mark Allan (2002). "The Echoing Green". Encyclopedia of Contemporary Christian Music (First printing ed.). Peabody, Massachusetts: Hendrickson Publishers. pp. 290–291. ISBN 1-56563-679-1.
  2. ^ Macintosh, Dan (January – February 2001). "The Next Wave". 7ball (34): 26–30. ISSN 1082-3980. Archived from the original on June 16, 2002.
  3. ^ "mastering all done!..." Facebook. Retrieved April 17, 2013.
  4. ^ "Twitter". Twitter. Retrieved April 17, 2013.

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