UK's Everything Everything Spring/Summer Tour

Imagine a band who fuse three part harmonies with scalding post-punk guitars; floor-filling bass lines with syncopated rhythms and lyrics about everything from high-school massacres to R&B lotharios musing on their lot in a post-apocalyptic wilderness.

Not easy, is it? But then Everything Everything aren’t here to make life easy. They’re here to challenge every knee-jerk convention of indie rock and dance on the grave of pointless retrogression.

Chances are you’ve come across EE before. Chances are they perplexed, intrigued and if you’ve an ear for something special, they excited you. They first accosted our senses with ‘Suffragette Suffragette’ in Dec 08, followed by ‘Photoshop Handsome’ in May and third single ‘MY KZ, UR BF’ in Oct 09.

Having whipped up interest in all quarters via these low key releases (they’ve acquired fans ranging from Zane Lowe to 6Music’s Marc Riley, played two UK tours- including an advance sold out ICA show as an unsigned band, notched up a top spot on MTV2’s My Space Chart and been tipped by the likes of NME and Times Culture), they signed to Geffen Records in late 2009.

Schoolin is the first single to be taken from their recently completed, David Kosten co-produced debut album (title tbc) due for release in August. It seems set to be the breakthrough debut album of 2010.

Live, the band are poised to head out on the NME Radar tour co-headlining with Hurts followed by the main support slot on Delphic’s forthcoming dates in May before the summer festivals kick in. EE are so far confirmed to play Reading & Leeds, Glastonbury, Latitude (headlining the Lake Stage) and Bestival.

Tour Dates:

4.27 - Preston - 53 Degrees
4.28 - Manchester - Academy 3
4.30 - Stoke - Sugarmill
5.1 - Leeds - Live
5.2 - Middlesborough - Teeside University
5.4 - Oxford - Academy 2
5.5 - Bristol - Thekla
5.6 - Wrexham - Central Station
5.8 - York - Duchess
5.9 - Portsmouth - Wedgewood
5.10 - London - Koko
5.11 - Norwich - Waterfront
5.12 - Northampton - Roadmender
5.14 - Brighton - Great Escape Festival
5.15 - Wolverhampton - Wulfrun Hall
5.16 - Leed - Brudenell Social Club
5.17 - Leeds - Leeds Met University
5.18 - London - Electric Ballroom
5.19 - Liverpool - Soundcity O2 Academy
5.21 - Manchester, UK - Ritz
5.31 - Gateshead - Evolution Festival
6.10 - Suffolk - Thetford Forest
6.11 - Kent - Bedgebury Pinetum
6.18 - Gloucestershire - Westonbirt Arboretum
6.19 - Nottinghamshire - Sherwood Pines Forest
6.25 - North Yorkshire - Dalby Forest
6.26 - Staffordshire - Cannock Chase Forest
6.27 - Glastonbury - Glastonbury Festival
8.7 - Tokyo - Summer Sonic
8.8 - Tokyo - Summer Sonic
8.14 - Haldern - Haldern Pop Festival
8.15 - Hamburg - Dockville Festival
8.20 - Kiewit - Pukkelpop

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