EverythingEverything (or Everything Everything) is a British art rock/indie rock band that originated in Tynedale, Kent, and resides Manchester, in UK. Since their beginning, in 2007, they have released four studio albums and four EPs. They took their name from the first two lines of Radiohead's song Everything In Its Right Place. The band original line-up consisted of singer Jonathan Higgs, bassist Jeremy Pritchard (who later also became a touring bassist for Foals), drummer Michael Spearman and guitarist Alex Niven. The band began performing in 2007 and in 2008, they released their first single Suffragette Suffragette, followed by the release of Photoshop Handsome and MY KZ, UR BF in 2009. The same year, Niven left the band and was replaced by Alex Robertshaw, former member of the band Operahouse, who had split months before he joined EverythingEverything. They released their first full-length album in 2010, titled Man Alive. The album debuted on the UK Album Charts at number 17. In 2011, they performed at Radio 1's Big Weekend and in 2012, they opened for Snow Patrol and Muse, where they performed some of their new songs. The same year, they were accompanied by their new touring member, Peter Sené, on keyboards and percussion. In 2012, the band also worked on their second album called Arc, released in 2013. A song off of this album, Kemosabe, was nominated as Best Contemporary Song at the 2014 Ivor Novello Awards, and to win UK Single of the Year at The Music Producers Guild Awards. In 2015, they released their third record called Get to Heaven, featuring 17 tracks on the deluxe edition. In 2017, they released their fourth studio album called A Fever Dream. Their latest release, an EP called A Deeper Sea, was released in 2018.
EverythingEverything's musical style has been described as a mixture of contemporary R&B, glitch pop and electronica, merged with math and indie rock, with songwriting approaches similar to those of progressive and psychedelic rock.
The band has supported Muse on the first leg of The 2nd Law tour in 2012 in Europe. Following the tour with Muse, they said that the Muse support was amazing and that it was really nice from Muse and their crew to put their busy schedule aside and get some time off to hang out with them. They also mentioned being looked after very well by the Muse crew.