11 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their fourth album, Everything Everything retain their thrilling ability to offset creative maximalism with irresistible melody and consuming dance-floor grooves. Opening pair “Night of the Long Knives” and “Can’t Do” instantly reassert that fine balance between accessibility and invention, but there’s a new sense of moderation too. “A Fever Dream” builds layer by layer like a patient, seductive house track, and the meditative “White Whale” finds some optimism in a modern world that horrified the band on 2015’s Get To Heaven.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their fourth album, Everything Everything retain their thrilling ability to offset creative maximalism with irresistible melody and consuming dance-floor grooves. Opening pair “Night of the Long Knives” and “Can’t Do” instantly reassert that fine balance between accessibility and invention, but there’s a new sense of moderation too. “A Fever Dream” builds layer by layer like a patient, seductive house track, and the meditative “White Whale” finds some optimism in a modern world that horrified the band on 2015’s Get To Heaven.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
26 Ratings
26 Ratings
ST1ther ,

On repeat

I didn't purchase from iTunes but feel like a review needs to be there. I have had this album on repeat from the Friday it was released. One of those rare albums I can listen all the way through.

Sdsdzd ,

Never disappoint

Always quality,catchy, emotive and unique albums

BSIGAIX ,

Almost great

Darker toned and for me lacks the same depth as their previous album. A few stand outs like Ivory Tower and Can't do, but some in-between sound very similar and I find myself skipping through. Still a great band with a unique sound, I still like the album, but I preferred Get To Heaven.

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