Manchester foursome Everything Everything graced many a Hot In 2010 list at the start of the year and while back then I wasn't convinced they weren't just a bunch of Friendly Fires clones, they've really come into their own with the hugely satisfying 'Schoolin''. Supremely camp retro-funk with a miraculous rock edge - everything (everything) I've always wanted (swoon).
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