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Everything Everything - Fever Dream

Few, if any, do oddball pop better than Everything Everything.
Everything Everything - Fever Dream
Published: 3:21 pm, August 17, 2017
Few, if any, do oddball pop better than Everything Everything.

Label: RCA Records
Released: 18th August 2017
Rating: ★★★★

Few, if any, do oddball pop better than Everything Everything. On their fourth full-length, they’re not about to let that crown slip. From the opening bombast of ‘Night Of The Long Knives’, through the pulsing dark heart of lead single ‘Can’t Do’, this is a band who find the obtuse, angular points and set them sharp side out as they ram the barricades of mainstream attention.

It’s a formula that results in some of the freshest, most exciting sounds imaginable - and while ‘A Fever Dream’ may see them evolving rather than setting light to their previous rulebook, it’s no less exciting for it. The blasting chorus of ‘Desire’, the bait and switch of ‘Run The Numbers’ - the many and varied strands of Everything Everything remain brilliantly weird. Stephen Ackroyd

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