17 Songs, 1 Hour 7 Minutes


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5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings
10 Ratings
Tony Berg


Fierce, weird, accessible and unbelievably catchy. This is a fantastic record!


another masterpiece!!!

this band has released yet ANOTHER masterpiece (that's 3 in a row!). EE continues to break musical boundaries but their music remains VERY accessible due to unique, memorable hooks and an undeniable groove from their rhythm section. you can hear certain influences in their music but it always sounds like EE music. i was lucky enough to see them live in brooklyn, ny on this tour and was blown away. in my opinion, they are among the most important bands in popular music today and i can't wait to hear where they go next! bravo guys!



Really underrated band

About Everything Everything

An indie art rock outfit based in Manchester, England Everything Everything formed in late 2007 around the talents of drummer Mike Spearman, vocalist, guitarist, and laptop cowboy Jonathan Higgs, bass player Jeremy Pritchard, and guitar player Alex Robershaw, all of whom share (professionally) the last name "Everything." Beholden 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 as deep as the Beatles and Bowie. XL Recordings were alerted to the band's innovative and off-kilter approach and put out its first single, "Suffragette Suffragette," on limited 7" vinyl in 2008. After a year of touring, the four-piece released its breakthrough single, "MY, KZ, UR BF," late in 2009, again as a limited 7", but this time through London-based indie Young and Lost Club. The quartet then appeared on the longlist of the prominent BBC Sound of 2010 Award and shortly thereafter signed to Geffen Records.

Their debut album, Man Alive, appeared in the summer of 2010 and courted critical acclaim for their unpredictable, infectious pop, led by vocalist Higgs' unmistakable falsetto delivery. The success of the record was capped off with a nomination for the 2011 Mercury Prize alongside a support slot with Snow Patrol on their nationwide arena tour. Two years after their debut, Everything Everything moved to RCA and released the Cough Cough EP during the summer of 2012, with another full-length following 2013. Entitled Arc, here the band consolidated its frenetic, genre-marauding style with Man Alive producer David Kosten. Lauded by music critics and fans alike, the album reached the Top Five in the U.K. charts, and the band embarked on its first headlining European tour in support of the release. Everything Everything took a break from touring in 2014, making only limited local live appearances, and worked on their third long-player with producer Stuart Price (the Killers, Pet Shop Boys). Led by the danceable singles "Distant Past" and Regret" in early 2015, the sociopolitically affected Get to Heaven was released in June 2015. The band re-emerged in 2016 with the stand-alone single "I Believe It Now," which featured in BT Sport's Premier League shows. Continuing in the political vein they set forth on Get to Heaven, Everything Everything responded to escalating instability on their fourth LP, A Fever Dream, which arrived in August 2017. ~ James Christopher Monger & Scott Kerr

Manchester, England




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