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Bang Bang Eche
Bang Bang Eche was never going to let being from New Zealand's South Island impede their success. From the very beginning the group of youngsters established themselves around a hunger for touring. Their ferocious approach towards the live show quickly led them across the globe. In 2008, Bang Bang Eche traveled to the United States to play CMJ Music Marathon and tour the country's DIY circuit.
Immediately afterwards, they toured parts of Europe (opening for The Faint when they weren't headlining). Finishing off their first full year as a band, Bang Bang Eche played the Rhythm & Vines festival in the very first part of the world to welcome the New Year, along with Franz Ferdinand and The Kooks.
From there, they took the grand prize of the national Big Day Out contest, walking away with a slot at the legendary festival. This year started with the group leaving home again for SXSW in Texas, to the U.K. for The Great Escape, parts of Europe they've yet to visit and their first Australian tour.
In the latter part of 2008, their single, "4 To The Floor," debuted at No. 1 on US Commercial Alternative Specialty Show charts, came in top 5 most added at North American college radio and broke the top 50 on CMJ's Radio 200, and was the No. 2 most played self-released album in the US. Their live performance for Seattle radio station KEXP during CMJ led to several extensive online features. In their home country, Bang Bang Eche's debut, self-titled EP yielded two No. 1 (and one top 5) singles on bFM (NZ’s premiere college radio station), a 16-week run on the Radioscope chart (with a peak at No. 3) and regular TV appearances across the territory.
Bang Bang Eche’s video for "4 To The Floor" was created during a rambunctious homeland performance in front of a ready crowd. Accurately capturing the frenetic energy that has garnered international attention, "4 To The Floor" acts as a tease to those who have yet to witness the band live.