Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros are a psych-folk music collective led by singer Alex Ebert. Drawing from roots rock, folk, gospel, and psychedelic music, the band’s aesthetic is reminiscent of the 1960’s hippie movement. Inspired primarily by the simple, rag-tag, jangly sing-a-longs, Alex Ebert wrote songs designed for a large group to have a playful, care-free, and irreverent feel. On the live stage, their music is a captivating communal celebration with NPR describing it as “intoxicatingly celebratory, as 10 or more musicians combine to create a joyously uplifting mass.” Their 2010 performance was in support of their first studio album, Up From Below, which features the platinum-selling song “Home” and heartfelt tunes “40 Day Dream,” “Janglin” and more.
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