"I have never had a better friend in my life," says Todd Larson. In his eyes, Daniel Chancellor was the perfect person for the job as drummer, rounding out the electronica duo known as An Epic, No Less. The two, armed with a 1970s keyboard, a drum kit and their computers, are fulfilling the realization of a project that God spoke to Todd Larson as he laboured in an orphans' hostel in Uganda several years ago. Inspired by electronica bands like Paper Route and Postal Service, An Epic, No Less have created worship songs with pop sensibilities that are positively reeking of heavy rhythmic electronica. "We want to create genuine worship music; that's all," says Todd. "We simply want to sing, pray and encourage people. And it would be our honour, if by some way, God can use An Epic, No Less to help show the love of God."
In their infancy An Epic, No Less drew much attention from heavy-hitting record labels in the Christian market. In late 2011 the band signed its first record deal with BEC Recordings. The band also features Hannah Chancellor on keys and vocals, Britney Stutz on violin, and Neil Endicott from Tooth and Nail Records' own Run Kid Run on guitar. Echo Of Love is the debut release from An Epic, No Less, and they are ready to take their message on the road.
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