I remember seeing the name ‘Everywhere’ and pinching myself at the sheer creativity. “Why couldn’t I have thought about that name?” I thought as I decided to give their music a listen. I was soon able to establish a similarity between their name and their music – “Simple yet unique, unexpected and mind-blowing”. Everywhere is an alternative-rock band formed in 2012 and currently based in London, UK. The band name is inspired by a quote – “Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere” by former Cosmopolitan editor, Helen Gurley Brown.
They released their first single ‘Eddie’ in 2013 and it received radio play and support/positive reviews from notable magazines and blogs, such as Faded Glamour. They also performed at the NME Awards that year, alongside popular bands like Django Django and Palma Violets. 2013 seemed to be a very good year for the group as they also released their debut EP titled American Grandeur with production credits from Los Angeles based hit maker, Mark Needham, well known for his works with The Killers and Imagine Dragons. The EP was a success and brought about a great deal of fame and recognition for the band.
The group recently released an EP – ‘Fiction Act’, and the lead single ‘Some Other Dude’ already has a million streams on Spotify and has been featured on BBC’s Introducing In London. This EP has in no doubt cemented the band’s place in the industry and has shown the diversity and uniqueness of their sound. The songs on the EP thrive on their progressive, lyrical and upbeat nature.
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