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Everything Everything
Arc


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Spring / Sun / Winter / Dread

Manchester’s resident art-rockers Everything Everything follow up the singles Distant Past and Regret with Spring, Summer, Winter, Dread. The limited 7” vinyl version is taken from their commercially successful and critically lauded album Get To Heaven which soared to number 5 in the album charts.
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No Reptiles

Everything Everything’s latest album Get To Heaven has had one of its strongest tunes extracted for release as a single. No Reptiles is a bright but tense number, with vocals that mix between the high-pitched-babble style and the broader croon style that the band specialise in. Edition of 500 7” vinyl copies, on Sony.
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Regret

Another Everything Everything album (Get To Heaven) lies just over the horizon, so to whet your appetite we now have this single, Regret. The track has the band’s usual busy arrangements and swooningly high vocals, and on the B-side lurks the exclusive track ‘Magnetophone’. 7” single on Sony.
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A Fever Dream

Manchester-based jittery popsters Everything Everything return with their fourth album and the follow up to 2015's ‘Get to Heaven’. Expect more polished but whip-smart electronic pop that somehow manages to be structurally interesting and playlist and dancefloor ready. Teaser track 'Can't Do' certainly bodes well. 
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Distant Past

New single from Manchester-based Everything Everything. Part of the Foals/Dutch Uncles school of slightly mathematical funk-inflected pop, Distant Past delves into synth stylings with a twitchy ear on the charts. If Calvin Harris had picked up a guitar it might sound like this. Out on 7” vinyl from Sony. Limited to 500 copies.
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Get To Heaven

Everything Everything return to your ears with a whole new album, with eleven tracks of their trademark indie complex-pop. The arrangements are busy, but arguably blended with pop dynamics a little better than on their past work. The three-part vocal harmonies backing up Jonathan Higgs’ swooning vocals also make a return. CD or LP, on Sony.
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Don't Try

Indie pop strikes again from Everything Everything’s album Arc. "Don’t Try" is an anthemic track with the jarring syncopation which the band is known for. The limited edition single also has a BBC Live version of "Everybody’s Gotta Learn Sometimes" on the B-side. 7” vinyl, popular with fans of Vampire Weekend and the Grammatics.
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Duet

Much like Alanis Morissette and her non-ironic song, Ironic, (seriously, someone should have bought her a dictionary before letting her go with the song writing, unless she was being wrong ironically) Everything Everything’s Duet is not a duet. It is however, on vinyl 7” and is a great track with booming drums and rising strings.
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Kemosabe


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Cough Cough


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