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Everything Everything have released a brand new EP, ‘A Deeper Sea’ out now on RCA Records. This is the first new material we’ve seen from the four-piece since their brilliant fourth album A Fever Dream. A huge commercial success, the record hit the top 5 on it’s release, being the joint highest charting album of …

Everything Everything has been building a really solid career throughout their nearly 10 years of existence. From the 2011’s weird, fresh and intense debut album Man Alive, to the melancholic, introspective Arc, the band has seen the career grow at a satisfying pace. The political, upbeat and angry Get To Heaven, featuring lyrics with darker …

Low Four is a new online music platform, studio, streaming live performance, and event space at Manchester’s fabled Old Granada studios. The acoustically impressive space, first built in 1956, had only been renovated once before in 1979. The studios hosted the historic television debuts of artists as wide ranging as the Beatles, Gene Vincent, and the …

Taken from the acclaimed ‘Get To Heaven’ album by Manchester quartet Everything Everything comes a new single, the third taken from it, in the shape of Spring / Sun / Winter / Dread. Produced by singer Jonathan Higgs, he says about the new video the band have released to accompany it “The song talks about …

Ahead of their new album ‘Get to Heaven’, Everything Everything have announced that ‘Regret’ will be the second single taken from it, the follow up to the brilliant and totally infectious ‘Distant Past’. The album, produced by Stuart Price (The Killers, New Order, Pet Shop Boys, Madonna) sees the band move into ever more ambitious …

October 4th. A day that, in 1957, saw the launch of the Sputnik Russian Space Satellite, the first artificial craft to circumnavigate the Earth, and gave rise to what became know as the space race. It was also the day that Mexico became a republic, that the Orient Express first ran, and the first meeting of the …

I was a relatively unsuccessful footballer, looking back. I had major issues at the best level I ever played at, and I had to give up on it. When I got my fitness back a bit, and despite my terrible knees, I agreed to sign for a pub team in one of the local leagues …

They told us we didn’t have many lectures on my music degree because we needed time to immerse ourselves in music, and that we needed three hours practise time per day. In our college there was this mystical place of dreams, and (more pertinently) scores, and books and records (yes, records) and CD’s. And when …