When Hot Press met... Everything Everything

The Manchester band play Whelan's tonight.

Preparing for a date in Dublin's famous Whelan's venue where they'll give new tunes from their second album Arc a live airing, Everything Everything took some time out from setting up for a bit of a chinwag with HP's own Craig Fitzpatrick.

Jonathan Higgs and Jeremy Pritchard were on fine form, talking about meeting Bono, their fans' unusual habit of drawing pictures of them, and how they're making more of a connection on stage and on record these days.

After the camera was off, the other half of the band joined them for an in-depth conversation – stay with Hot Press for that interview soon.

And pick up the latest issue of Hot Press (Glen and Marketa cover) for a piece with lead singer Higgs.


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