EE image002 Photo credit is Tom Johnson

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15TH JUNE 2015

Question: What have we come to except of Everything Everything? Answer: Anything and Everything (Everything). The second single from the bands third album ‘Get to Heaven’ delivers just that; snappy harmonies and dizzying falsetto delivered in a glitch pop package. The band sing about “feeling like a grenade”, possibly because they are about to blow up, we have no regrets for making these puns. The track tackles extremism in a modern setting and is reflected in the video which was directed by frontman, Jonathan Higgs; the clips follows a cult and its inevitable demise into anarchy. Talking of the video, Higgs states; “It’s supposed to be a look into the minds of extremists and what it feels like to really believe something, regardless of how deep or dark it goes.”

November tour dates:

Sat 07 Nov  Cardiff Great Hall
Sun 08 Nov  Bexhill De la Warr Pavillion
Mon 09 Nov  Portsmouth Pyramid
Wed 11 Nov  Nottingham Rock City
Thu 12 Nov  Glasgow ABC
Fri 13 Nov  Newcastle Academy
Sat 14 Nov  Birmingham Academy
Mon 16 Nov  Sheffield Leadmill
Tue 17 Nov  Cambridge Junction
Wed 18 Nov  Bristol 02 Academy
Fri 20 Nov  London Brixton Academy
Sat 21 Nov  Manchester Apollo