Attention those who can’t make it to Falls Festival.
“It’s a heavier record than we’ve ever done before.”
It’s here, and it’s got some BIG surprises!
Everything Everything “make a plethora of weird shapes” on their new album.
Currently down under for Splendour In Th Grass 2015, British indie four-piece Everything Everything have stopped off at the triple j studios this morning to perform a stripped-back cover of Robyn‘s 2007 dance hit With Every Heartbeat, as part of the Like A Version covers segment. Everything Everything’s take on the Robyn classic saw vocalist
Splendour In The Grass 2015 is just under a month away, but it’s never too late to delve into the crystal ball of music festivals to see what this year’s festivities will have to offer. With Glastonbury wrapping up over the weekend, we’ve collected 12 acts whose Glastonbury shenanigans have us begging for more. Renowned
How do the boys from Everything Everything unwind? By getting seriously hooked on early Star Trek episodes. Obviously. Known for their incredibly diverse sound, these guys well and truly broke the mould reserved for Manchester quartets and according to vocalist Jonathan Higgs, they have no intention of conforming any time soon. Ahead of their upcoming
Splendour In The Grass 2015 may have already sold out, but festivalheads who missed their chance to nab tickets to the Byron Bay camping spectacular still have a second shot to see some of their favourite acts this year, now that the sideshow parade has officially begun. Plenty of Splendour artists are giving punters a
We’re set to get a whole lot more Everything Everything this July with the band announcing two headline shows on top of their appearance at Splendour In The Grass 2015. The British oddball indie magician have announced shows in Sydney and Melbourne and are bringing along Swedish band Urban Cone for both shows. The sideshows
The festival gods smiled upon Splendour In The Grass for a third consecutive day, delivering blue skies and warm weather for a pleasant morning. The opening group of bands delivered the tightest choice thus far – a toss up between PVT, The Growl and The Jungle Giants. Seasoned local experimental trio PVT felt like the
Who are you going to see?
Brit indie darlings Everything Everything are heading to Australia for Splendour in the Grass, and they’ve decided to gift us with a cheeky couple of sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne while they’re here. Today, not only are we letting you know that we’ve got some tickets to give away, but we’d also like to share
Once again, the iconic Glastonbury Festival has come and gone. As Australians, it’s now our unfortunate duty to sit back, and look on as all those in attendance revel in their experiences and go on and on about how we totally should have been there. Well, we’ve put together a list of some of the
Cult favourites Everything Everything have released the video for their latest single Don’t Try, another slice of complex pop candy taken from the Manchester quartet’s second studio album, Arc, and like most of their videos, this one’s a self-directed effort from frontman Jonathan Higgs. Dude is clearly a rather multi-talented individual, creating a piece of
In 2010 UK outfit Everything Everything earned a name as an ‘intelligent’ pop group behind their intricate debut album Man Alive. The record was complex, challenging, off-beat and, in some regards, fairly introverted. Man Alive has been credited as helping usher in bands such as Django Django and Alt-J, who took the acquired taste of
The last few days have seen a slew of Splendour 2013 sideshows announced and, to be honest, it’s been difficult just keeping track of them all, so here’s the entire bunch of SITG sideshow dates and venues in one easy to consume chunk! Everything Everything, Cold War Kids, James Blake, Haim, FIDLAR, Daughter, Jake Bugg,
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