Everything Everything Supernormal / Mercury and Me [RSD21] Infinity Industries / AWAL Recordings 10" RSD 2021
Everything Everything Get To Heaven Third album from Manchester's Everything Everything who continue to push the boundaries of electro-indie, experimenting with dance influences and the usual catchy choruses. We had a great time with these guys at New Slang! RCA CD | LP
Everything Everything Kemosabe A Brilliant follow up to the last single Cough Cough. Everything Everything play brilliant catchy electro-pop! http://www.facebook.com/EverythingEverythinguk Columbia 7"
Everything Everything Arc Second album from Manchester's Everything Everything. Very unique, exciting, experimental sing-a-long-y / drum-alongy alt/indie. These guys were great at New Slang! Columbia CD | LP
Everything Everything Man Alive Highly anticipated debut album from the much talked about Everything Everything Imagine a band who fuse three part harmonies with scalding post-punk guitars; floor-filling bass lines with syncopated rhythms and lyrics about everything from high-school massacres to R&B lotharios musing on their lot in a post-apocalyptic wilderness- thats Everything Everything. www.myspace.com/everythingeverythinguk Polydor CD | LP
Everything Everything A Fever Dream The fourth studio album from Everything Everything, following up from 2015's Get To Heaven. Alternative synth-pop indie anthems. If you're into Foster The People, Wild Beasts or Glass Animals then check this out. Sony Music CD | LP
Everything Everything No Reptiles The fourth single lifted from Everything Everything's Get To Heaven is the emotional No Reptiles on a limited 7" RCA 7"
Everything Everything RE-ANIMATOR LP is packaged in a gatefold sleeve with a 12 page booklet. The fifth full length album from the ever-excellent Everything Everything, following on from one of our favourite albums of 2017 A Fever Dream. They play a super-exciting mix of indie-electro like no other, with supercharged melodies and harmonies in front of a wall of intricate, synth-fuelled indie-rock. The band’s approach to ‘Re-Animator’ was to streamline the creative process by focusing on harmonies and melodies over synths and programming. Inspiration came thick and fast: wonderment at the wider world despite the horror of its politics; existentialism and the prolonged, if fading, youthfulness of being in a touring band; and the ominous threat of climate change. All things which contribute to a sense of one door closing while another awaits. Extensive reading shaped such ideas further, especially regarding frontman Jonathan Higgs’ fascination with the eminent psychologist Julian Jaynes’ theory of the bicameral mind. It argues that early in human evolution, the two sides of the brain were next to each other but functioned independently. In essence one side would hear the other sending instructions via a disembodied voice -a zombie-like state of pre-consciousness. “This idea of the divided self captivated me,” said Higgs. “Jaynes attributes this to the origin of gods, people ascribing deity status to this voice they could hear in their head. All this blew my mind, and I started thinking of ways I could make this a central concept. It really touched me. So across the whole record there are millions or references to this theory – to having a split brain, two selves, hearing voices.” Fittingly, the album also emerged in two stages. A year of writing and demoing was followed by two weeks recording at RAK last December with producer John Congleton (St. Vincent, Sharon Van Etten, David Byrne). He complemented the band’s back-to-basics nature by encouraging them to record quickly and decisively. It’s a looser, less cluttered sound that heightens their focus on the fundamentals of songwriting. AWAL CD | LP
Everything Everything Distant Past Limited to 500. Electronic pop experimentalists Everything Everything return with the first single from anticipated new album Get To Heaven. Sony Out of Stock