11 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

British dance-pop mavens Everything Everything have always embodied the spirit of their name, tackling so many musical ideas at once that they induce a dizzying sense of excitement. On A Fever Dream, their fourth album, the band tighten up their grooves without losing their wild sense of unpredictability. Songs like “Night of the Long Knives” and “Desire” bounce back and forth between airtight rhythms and freewheeling guitar freak-outs, with Jonathan Higgs’ acrobatic vocals reaching high up into the stratosphere.

EDITORS’ NOTES

British dance-pop mavens Everything Everything have always embodied the spirit of their name, tackling so many musical ideas at once that they induce a dizzying sense of excitement. On A Fever Dream, their fourth album, the band tighten up their grooves without losing their wild sense of unpredictability. Songs like “Night of the Long Knives” and “Desire” bounce back and forth between airtight rhythms and freewheeling guitar freak-outs, with Jonathan Higgs’ acrobatic vocals reaching high up into the stratosphere.

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