Everything Everything is a band on a never-ending quest to bring experimentation and ambition back to pop music.
They returned this year with their third album, the brilliantly conceived “Get To Heaven.” This highly anticipated record from the Mercury Prize and Ivor Novello nominees was produced by the legendary Stuart Price (The Killers, New Order, Pet Shop Boys, Madonna) and sees the band evolve still further, pushing and pulling themselves into different spaces and shapes from before.
As infectious as it is thought provoking, the musical adventure of the record provides the backdrop for a searing critique of the modern world.
Everything Everything’s acclaimed second album “Arc” was released in 2013 and entered the album charts at Number 5, spawning hugely loved singles such as “Cough Cough” and “Kemosabe”.
Their debut “Man Alive” (and singles such as “MY KZ UR BF” and “Photoshop Handsome”) established them as one of the most exciting and best-loved new British bands, won the South Bank Times Breakthrough Award and saw the band nominated for the Mercury Music Prize and the Ivor Novello awards.