They're in The Limelight in October.
Currently promoting fantastic sophomore effort Arc and having just stunned a Dublin crowd in Whelan's, Everything Everything brighten up everyone's Friday by confirming that they're Belfast-bound later in the year.
Already set to headline Dublin's Academy on October 8, you can now catch the boys in The Limelight on Wednesday October 9. Tickets are priced at £15 from [link]www.limelightbelfast.com[/link].
Pre-Whelan's gig, the band took time out from soundchecking to talk to our own Craig Fitzpatrick – you can read all about it in a forthcoming issue of Hot Press.
Here is his chinwag with lead singer Jonathan Higgs from earlier in the year.
Fresh from wowing Longitude, they confirm they're back later this year.Read More
The bleak future of the universe and their fear of boring rock discussed.Read More
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The recently-debuted 'Regret' gets a promo with a serious narrative.Read More
'Regret' debuted on BBC Radio 1 last night and has now made its way online.Read More
The chaps dropped in for a chat to the Hot Press Speakeasy...Read More
Arriving in Dublin with the fantastic Arc under their belts, Everything Everything should be ‘avin it large’. Instead, they’re that other kind of Manchester band, worrying about “holier than thou” fans, the bleak future of the universe and the possibility that “boring rock will live forever.”Read More
The Manchester group will be over later this year to play the Academy...Read More
Stepping briskly between the best of Arc and Man Alive the group deliver a pleasant mass-market funk assault, a polite fusion of the danceable and the populist. They are, you suspect, just getting started...Read More
Tired of mind games, Everything Everything now look to tug the heart strings. Singer Jonathan Higgs talks big gestures, inertia in rock, living forever as a computer and, as Arc rockets up the charts, admits that he's not too embarrassed to purchase a record with his face on the cover.Read More
The Manchester band play Whelan's tonight.Read More
Indie darlings go mainstream with mixed results.Read More
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).Read More