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Customer Reviews


Guaranteed Mercury Music Prize favourite right here. They must have had a hard time placing this into a genere as the album's unique sound is, well, unique.

My Kz Ur Bf is really the figurehead of the album and rightly so. It gives you a feel for the band's sound, as well as lead singer, Jonathon's, voice, that suits every song perfectly. You'll get the song stuck in your head, but without the guilt you would get if it was some manufactured pop song. Abley supported by other singles like Photoshop Handsome, Qwerty Finger and Suffragette Suffragette (made famous for the mishead lyric "Who is going to sit on your face when i'm gone?)

Album tracks like Two For Nero and Tin (The Manhole) bring a somewhat calmer feel to the album, similar to the likes of the XX.

This band will go places, no doubt about it.

Stunning (with a capital 'S')

If you're fed up hearing the same old trash that some artists keep churning out and want to hear something different, BUY THIS ALBUM! And even if you're not, BUY IT ANYWAY! Stand out tracks for me are Photoshop Handsome and Come Alive Diana. Really can't get enough of these guys at the moment!


I was surprised to find I love this album. The vocals are really cool. One of the albums of the year.


Formed: 2007 in Manchester, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A genre-defying indie rock outfit based in Manchester, Everything Everything formed in late 2007 around the talents of drummer Mike Spearman, vocalist, guitarist, and laptop cowboy Jonathan Higgs, bass player Jerry Pritchard, and guitar player Alex Robershaw, all of whom share (professionally) the last name "Everything." Slaves to no single formula, Everything Everything are as accessible as R. Kelly and Michael Jackson and as heady as Ezra Pound and Steve Reich, while drawing from a well that runs...
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