Alex Ebert and Jade Castrinos are in love. But they're not just in love with each other. No, they're in love with life, music, and the whole big crowd of a band that they rock out with as Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. "Home" is the band's anthem in honor of all that affection. The whistling, bouncing, shout-singing hippie ditty manages to somehow feel like an old favorite that you’ve never heard before.
Want to know the best part? Behind the song, there actually is a pretty good love story. Read on to find out how and why this wacky bunch got together and what "Home" means to them. Bonus feature: find out who Edward Sharpe really is…
About the Song
|Artist||Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros||Musician(s)||Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros (Guitar, Harmonica, Mixing, Percussion, Producer, Vocals)|
|Album||Up From Below|
|Label||Vagrant Records, Rough Trade Records|
|Writer(s)||Alex Ebert, Jade Castrinos|
|Producer(s)||Kevin Augunas, Nicolo Aglietti, Aaron Older, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros|
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On the Charts"Home" peaked at #25 on the Alternative Songs and #39 on the Rock Songs charts on Billboard in the summer of 2010, a full year after Up From Below was released.
Up From Below peaked at #1 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers, #12 on the Top Alternative Albums, and #13 on the Top Independent Albums, also during the summer of 2010.